Maestro-Tryton in Closed-Alpha

I have written before about the Tryton framework. dalescott.net now includes a Tryton server and an “scc” database for implementing Maestro with Tryton – or Maestro-Tryton.

Maestro-Tryton is in Closed-Alpha, and will publicly available when all basic SCC master data has been included – Users, Products, Bills-of-Materials (BOMs), Suppliers, Customers and Projects.

If you are interested in collaborating on the Maestro project, please leave a comment and I’ll contact you. You can access the Maestro project on GitHub to access the source data, read the Maestro project wiki, and submit wiki articles, updates, issues and other work to the project.

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