Digital Freedom Foundation(DFF) and Free Software Movement of Maharashtra(FSMM) conducted a workshop on Free and Open Source Software for teachers at K.S.H.A.B.S.H.L.M. Momin Girls’ high school on 14th of October, 2017. More than 70 teachers from the school attended the workshop to learn about the benefits of using Free and Open Source software. They would also get to know how to use a FOSS operating system and various educational applications that are supported by such operating systems. Krishnakant Mane from DFF gave an introduction to the free software movement. He shed light into its history and explained why the movement is still relevant. Ill effects of using proprietary software and benefits of switching to free software were also explained in detail. He also gave a demo of Ubuntu – a very user friendly distribution of the Free and Open Source GNU/Linux operating system.
Sidharth Adelkar from FSMM elaborated the philosophy of Free Software. He stated the four essential freedoms that a software must grant its users for it to be a free software. Following that Kranti Ghag from FSMM, Prajkta Patkar from DFF and Reshma Bhatawadekar from DFF gave demonstrations of educational software. Kranti gave a demo of Geogebra, Prajkta gave that of Kalzium and Reshma gave that of Gcompris. Students from Saraswati College of Engineering, Kharghar volunteered to help DFF and FSMM conduct the workshop.
The gist of talk for the young students was “Shortcut to success can cut short your success“.
We are soon to release version 4.25 of GNUKhata the free, fast and feature rich accounting software. This will be the first GST compatible version and has some more features.
You can test the beta version at testing.gnukhata.in and give us your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org or any suggestion.
Digital Freedom Foundation is proud to announce the release of GNUKhata version 4.0
This release not just improves the inventory module with new features and enterprise reports, but also has greate new facilities in book keeping.
Some of the highlights include:
- Display of balance of accounts in voucher,
- consolidated balance sheet (holding and subsedeary companies )
- Automatic account creation for customer and supplyer,
- Invoice integration with sales purchase vouchers,
- Several new inventory reports including stock on hand.
Please visit project page for detailed feature list.
You can download GNUKhata version 4.0 from Download page
We hope you like the latest version of GNUKhata and that it gives you more power in accounting and inventory management with total freedom.
Digital Freedom foundation is proud to announce the release of GNUKhata’s latest version.
The 3.5.1 release has several great enhancements, few of them being much awaited.
Data import from Tally
Many of our users have often asked for a feature which can help them happily migrate all their books of accounts from Tally to GNUKhata once for all.
This would help them get all the previous years of data.
We have finally made this feature available in the latest release.
All you have to do is, export data from Tally ERP 9 into spreadsheets.
Put all the sheets in a single workbook (Tally’s gateway feature allows this ).
The first sheet should have the list of accounts categorized in the groups which GNUKhata specifies. There are 13 such groups, most of them matching with those in Tally.
There are additional subgroups and you can have new ones which are not in GNUKhata by default.
Then arrange the accounts with their optional opening balances under these groups or subgroups.
Rest of the sheets must be ledgers of all these accounts.
For more details you can visit GNUKhata home page including the link for live demo.
A sample workbook is also uploaded there which you can take and use the import feature in GNUKhata.
Godown wise stock classification
The version 3.5 already had stock management incorporated in GNUKhata.
Now we have taken this one step ahead. You will not just be able to see the stock report but also godown wise classification of stock.
We have also made the GUI more user friendly.
You can download the offline and online installer from Http://gnukhata.in and use it right away on your machines, commercially or personally.
We hope you find the software more compelling for your accounting needs and makes your book keeping a great experience.