If you need an openCRX feature (either a new feature or a feature from the roadmap which is not due anytime soon) we might be in a position to allocate additional resources to either develop this new feature or speed up the development of a planned feature. We can also pool requests so that multiple parties can fund a single feature together (see this chart for a high level overview of where you can place feature requests and how new features eventually end up in a new openCRX release)
There are no plans to develop a
generic SOAP adapter for openCRX
as we think REST is better suited
remote XML access;
if you still want to develop user-defined XML-RPC services, you
look at Apache XML-RPC
generic remote XML
access to openCRX
Take part in the paradigm shift from "knowledge is power" to "knowledge shared is power squared" and share your know how with the openCRX community. We are currently looking for experts in the following fields:
Area of Expertise
In the context of a commercial project we will be modelling various aspects of livestock management (pigs, cattle, poultry, etc.) including breeding (e.g. general tracking of genetic traits and defects, inheritance of performance traits), meat production, feeding strategies, environmental data, cost accounting, performance evaluation, risk management, etc.
Your input: submit any information that you think is helpful to designing a good software solution supporting activities in the realm of livestock management, e.g. RFIs, RFPs, collections of requirements, ideas, links to products that you think are excellent, etc.
Important: all results (including UML models) will be available with a BSD-style license
We need experienced GWT developers to develop a simple openCRX GUI.
Contribute as a developer, translator or guide author
Here are some of the tasks where your contribution would be greatly appreciated:
we are looking for UI designers and developers who would like to contribute to an easy to use openCRX GUI, e.g. based on GWT
translating various UI configuration files, code tables, etc.
additional information is available here