[kwlug-disc] gnucash presentation?

John Kerr johneddie.kerr at gmail.com
Wed Jan 29 19:04:22 EST 2014

I did at one time use gnuCash to keep track of my library collection
spending. I stopped doing that for a lack of time, but I have to do it
again and find the time. So i ca give a demo, when i get back at it which
should be in the next couple of weeks as bill start coming in marked 2014.

Best regards,


On Wed, Jan 29, 2014 at 2:00 PM, Bob Jonkman <bjonkman at sobac.com> wrote:

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> On 4 January 2014 Paul Nijjar wrote on the Announce list:
> > In other news, there are presentation spots available from March
> > onward. If you have a topic you would like to share with the group
> > (with or without 200lbs of server hardware to accompany it) then
> > please get in touch.
> Aside from Digimer's rescheduled presentation in April, have any been
> any ideas for new presentations?
> It's been almost five years since the last gnucash presentation
> (http://kwlug.org/node/631 Thanx, Raul!) but I never did get started
> with it. Now I find myself needing to figure it out. I'm sure there
> have been great new developments in the world of finance since 2009
> (Enron? Sub-prime mortgages?) so perhaps we can have a gnucash refresher?
> I don't know enough about bookkeeping in general or gnucash in
> particular to even think about volunteering for this myself...
> - --Bob.
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