The Maestro project needs developers. Positions are volunteer and unpaid, but may be suitable for student project and internships. Maestro work is licensed under an open-source license, allowing you to show your work to others, including potential clients and employers.
Skills of interest include:
- Unix-type system administration and development
- Tryton coding (primarily Python)
- Web client coding (preferably Python, but not necessarily)
- Business process and workflow development
- Accounting and finance
- Production and manufacturing
- Technical writing
Submit requests to join the Maestro project team using the Contact Form.