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Software vs papel / Software vs Paper

Jonathan Rosenbaum | Tech: Darin | Interpreter: raquel + Eli |

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He estado administrando Positive Spin como voluntario en Morgantown, WV desde 2013, despu茅s de que asum铆 el desaf铆o en 2012 para salvar a la organizaci贸n 501 (c) (3) de la liquidaci贸n. Inicialmente, todo se ejecut贸 con el sistema de registro en papel original, desordenado, ineficaz y altamente propenso a errores, que tuve que volver a ingresar en el sistema de contabilidad de c贸digo abierto, GnuCash, que reemplaz贸 el m茅todo de hoja de c谩lculo anterior. Para 2014, era obvio que necesit谩bamos un punto de venta adaptado a las necesidades de un colectivo de bicicletas dirigido por voluntarios. De ah铆 que comenzara mi aventura en la b煤squeda de ese software. Como resultado, desarroll茅 el sitio web Reuse Bikes y Reuse Code para proporcionar demostraciones del software existente, as铆 como la p谩gina Wiki Software. Resumiendo esta historia, termin茅 desarrollando una bifurcaci贸n de la base de datos de bicicletas amarillas (YBDB), que atribuyo en gran medida a la viabilidad de nuestra organizaci贸n desde principios de 2015.

En el pasado Bike! Bike! conferencias, he presentado el estado actual del Software Libre dise帽ado espec铆ficamente para el funcionamiento de Community Bike Shops, aqu铆 y aqu铆. Sin embargo, en esta maravillosa conferencia, estoy abriendo la palabra a todos los que quieran discutir y / o mostrar (compartir pantalla) sus operaciones y / o desarrollo de software, y / o hacer preguntas y / o intentar demostrar que el papel es mejor. y / o discutir lo que el software ha significado para el 茅xito de su organizaci贸n durante la pandemia. Comenzar茅 la discusi贸n con YBDB y luego mostrar茅 el software de pr贸xima generaci贸n que he estado desarrollando.

隆Bicicleta! 隆Bicicleta! con un giro positivo!


In past Bike!Bike! conferences, I have presented the current state of Free Software designed specifically for the operation of Community Bike Shops, here and here . However, in this wonderful conference, the floor will be opened up to everyone who wants to discuss and/or show (screen share) their software operations and/or development, and/or ask questions and/or try to prove that paper is better and/or discuss what software has meant to the success of their organization during the pandemic. I shall begin the discussion with YBDB, and then show the next generation software I have been developing.

Facilitator Background: I have been managing Positive Spin as a volunteer in Morgantown, WV, since 2013, after taking on the challenge in 2012 to save the 501(c)(3) organization from liquidation. Initially, everything was run with the original messy, ineffective, and highly error-prone paper based record system, which was re-entered into the open source accounting system, GnuCash, which replaced the previous spreadsheet method. By 2014, it was obvious we needed a Point of Sale tailored to the needs of a volunteer-run bike collective. Hence, began my adventure in finding that software. As a result, I developed the Reuse Bikes and Reuse Code website to provide demonstrations of existing software, as well as the Wiki Software page. Keeping this story short, I ended up developing a fork of the Yellow Bike Database (YBDB), which I strongly attribute to the viability of our organization since early 2015.

Bike!Bike! with a Positive Spin!