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The ADempiere Project races towards the top ranks in SourceForge Most Active Listing like a wild bull run. It manages an 11th spot on 27th September, and hits 9th today. All this hardly within 3 weeks from its inception. [http://sourceforge.net/project/stats/?group_id=176962&ugn=adempiere Usage Statistics For Adempiere]
 
The ADempiere Project races towards the top ranks in SourceForge Most Active Listing like a wild bull run. It manages an 11th spot on 27th September, and hits 9th today. All this hardly within 3 weeks from its inception. [http://sourceforge.net/project/stats/?group_id=176962&ugn=adempiere Usage Statistics For Adempiere]
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Post-note: We have gone on to be next to Open Bravo, at 5th and we at 6th for the 3rd day running. We shall overtake it soon!
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[[User:Red1|Red1]] 05:15, 6 October 2006 (BST)
  
 
== Press Release==
 
== Press Release==

Revision as of 20:15, 5 October 2006

Top 10 in SourceForge

- 30th September, 2006

The ADempiere Project races towards the top ranks in SourceForge Most Active Listing like a wild bull run. It manages an 11th spot on 27th September, and hits 9th today. All this hardly within 3 weeks from its inception. Usage Statistics For Adempiere

Post-note: We have gone on to be next to Open Bravo, at 5th and we at 6th for the 3rd day running. We shall overtake it soon!

Red1 05:15, 6 October 2006 (BST)

Press Release

- 22nd September, 2006

Adempiere outpaces Open Source ERP Compiere

After just 3 weeks of community work, Adempiere surprised followers and outsiders by releasing its first deliverable today at the Project SourceForge website Adempiere SourceForge website.

(submitted by Rvergara)

MySQL Port

- 21st September, 2006

The earth-moving database independence task has taken a quantum leap today with the Compiere MySQL - port making its debut via Michael Judd, of JazTek, United Kingdom.

(submitted by Red1)

Migration Script

- 15th September, 2006

The seminal migration script from version to version of Compiere is started by Karsten-Thiemann, collaborated by Carlos Ruiz and tested by Colin Rooney.

(submitted by Red1)