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Kraft

   0.57  

KDE Business Software

Score 82%
Kraft
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Kraft
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Kraft
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2712
Submitted:  Mar 7 2007
Updated:  Nov 8 2014

Description:

Kraft is KDE-Software for people who operate a small business. Kraft helps to manage business communication documents like quotes, notes of deliveries and invoices.

Kraft is not specialized on a certain trade or craft.
Instead Kraft covers the practical issues of a small business and helps through ease of use yet powerful features to deal with most of the office jobs effectively.

Please read the homepage at http://www.volle-kraft-voraus.de for more details and downloads.




Changelog:

This is the last bugfixing release for the 0.5x series. This releases fixes serious bugs of previous versions.

The send-by-email function now queries the recipient (prefered email) of the documents contact data, and also works properly again with the thunderbird mail client. Special item types in a document (on-demand or alternative items) can now be removed again from an item. Also the Ok/Cancel handling of the document editor window was fixed. If the document type of an existing document is changed, the doc ID is now reset from the document type specific number cycle. Apart from that, a couple of memory management hickups were repaired which lead even to crashes here and there.

It is recommended to update from previous versions.




LicenseGPL
Source(Kraft source file)
openSUSE Tumbleweed
openSUSE 13.2
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 File format

 
 by mvillarino on: Mar 7 2007
 
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Does this program save information on UBL files?, specially invoices and offers


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 Re: File format

 
 by freitag on: Mar 7 2007
 
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no, it saves the information in a self defined xml file. However if another file format makes more sense I am open to support it. Can you give me more information about UBL?


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 Re: Re: File format

 
 by mvillarino on: Mar 9 2007
 
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Sorry for the late reply:
You can find information concerning the OASIS standard "Universal Business Language" v 2.0 @ the following link
http://docs.oasis-open.org/ubl/os-UBL-2.0/UBL-2.0.html#CONTEXT

Please note: it's a long text which includes lots of UML diagrams.


Best regards
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 The name

 
 by uchuha on: Mar 7 2007
 
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This looks like a great program, which I'll probably use to do my wife's next batch of invoices for work, however I'm a little worried about the name vis à vis trademarks: One of the largest food processing companies in the USA is called "Kraft". So it's a little like calling a project "Nestlé" or "Maggi".

I suppose since the project isn't engaged in food processing you'd win in court, but it's probably not worth the trouble.

-mark


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 Re: The name

 
 by EliasP on: Mar 7 2007
 
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As this program comes from SuSE/Novell Germany, I think the name is related to the German word "Kraft", which means "power", "energy" (see also: http://dict.leo.org/?search=kraft ).

I personally really like the idea of this program. Already tried to create something like this, but didn't succeed. Now as there exists Kraft, I'm really looking forward having a proper office workflow ;-)

Maybe I'll provide an Gentoo ebuild soon.

Regards,

Elias P.


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 Re: Re: The name

 
 by uchuha on: Mar 7 2007
 
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Yes, I understand the meaning of the word kraft in German. I'm just trying to ask this question: "Why collide with a brand known by hundreds of millions of people in North America when you don't have to?".

Frankly if it were me I wouldn't want to have my project confused with the name of a corporate empire for fear that anything bad the corporation might do would reflect badly on my project.

I think this looks like a fantastic project. I wouldn't bother raising the point otherwise.

-mark


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 only english

 
 by starpet on: Mar 7 2007
 
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i built kraft from source. But i get only an english gui. The country setting is (C). What can i do do get the gui in german?

thanks


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 Re: only english

 
 by freitag on: Mar 7 2007
 
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Yes, sorry, there is only english atm. However my 'early adaptor' asks for a german translation and I already started to work on that. The next version of Kraft will probably have german.


Contributions in the area of other languages are highly appreciated ;-)


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 Re: Re: only english

 
 by Rinse on: Mar 10 2007
 
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The Dutch team is currently looking into that.
Checking the po-file, i noticed some German strings :)
Was Kraft previously in German?


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 Re: Re: Re: only english

 
 by freitag on: Mar 13 2007
 
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Hmm, sorry for the (remaining) german, I just hopefully removed it completely from svn. Yes, when I started this project I thought programming in german only is sufficient but realised quickly that that's a no go.


Thanks for helping with translations!


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 kraft

 
 by baby-sinclaire on: Mar 8 2007
 
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very good job. I like it too, but I also agree that Kraft as name is a little bit unlucky. What you think about K.r.a.f.t (Kde rapid accounting finanz tool)


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 Regarding the name

 
 by BorgQueen on: Mar 8 2007
 
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You needn't worry about the name "Kraft". The food company is actually "Kraft Foods", which is a subcompany of a larger company. I seriously doubt they will go after you for it. They can't win since they don't own the word. Names, common words and phrases cannot be copyrighted or patented. If Kraft appears in any dictionary on Earth, they lose. They know this. So... Not to worry!

This might be a good app to include in koffice, a good financial app like kmymoney would also be a good app to include in koffice. Addon perhaps?

Oh, and yes, lovely app. Going to give it a good testing. Get back to you on that.


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 Re: Regarding the name

 
 by tryfan on: Jul 17 2007
 
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> Names, common words and phrases
> cannot be copyrighted or patented.
> If Kraft appears in any dictionary on
> Earth, they lose. They know this.

I wouldn't be so sure - remember that Mandrake had to change their name to Mandriva, although "mandrake" is a plant name that appears in most English dictionaries.


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 Re: Re: Regarding the name

 
 by BorgQueen on: Jul 18 2007
 
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They changed their name because they bought out Brazilian-based Linux vendor Conectiva. The two names were combined to reflect that.
Mandrake = Mandr
Conectiva = iva
to Mandriva

http://www.internetnews.com/dev-news/article.php/3485416

:)


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 Namechange

 
 by tryfan on: Jul 19 2007
 
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Yes, you're right, but that's only part of it ;-)

http://www.internetnews.com/bus-news/article.php/3496081

/goranj


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 Good work!

 
 by KumulaTeam on: Mar 10 2007
 
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Great piece of software, finally available for the public.
Congratulations, Klaas! :-)

What about our beer session in Nuremberg?
Or will we meet at CeBIT 2007?

Cheers, Juergen


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