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Talks of 5mins.
Feel free to add yourself as speaker.
There are hundreds of modules outside tryton.org
In this session we will quickly expose several of those modules that we've been developing at NaN-tic grouped by areas such as production, projects, accounting or carrier.
My firm has run on Tryton for 4 years. I'll discuss the implementation.
by Udo Spallek
In a culture of sharing it is needed to find new ways to fund artists and authors.
The Cultural Commons Collecting Society SCE mbH (C3S SCE) developed a prototype of an application which can distribute donations to all the artists of music played in media players. It's called Adore, and it is free software.
This prototype is one important step for the main mission the C3S enterprise, to become an official collecting society for Europe.
The Tryton back end data model and functionality was implemented together with virtual things.
A brief history of the coog construction from the first tryton module to a fully featured scalable application.
Electronic invoicing is a next to come standard, in particular in Europe where it becomes a legal obligation in the next years.
This session is about requirements and European standards
The concept will be illustrated by a use case, then a discussion about standards will be open.
The short introduction (10 mn) is about http://sisalp.com site which delivers instant online Tryton servers for free with just an email.
A discussion about how the community could take advantage of this site to deliver verticalised solutions to the masses.
by Udo Spallek
Moderation of the unconference
by Cédric Krier
A tour of the new features in 4.2 since last conference (3.8).
Introducing our company, world leader in the production of billiard balls and precision balls.
Describing how to migrate 20 years of legacy development to Tryton
17th–21st October 2016