Use case: I want equip a small closed room with about 100 different
stock articles. Members can enter at any time and take whatever they want.
Here's my vision for the basic check out work flow:
* Switch on computer
* Scan the bar code on your member card
* Scan the bar code of every item you have taken
* Review list shown by the computer
* Accept by scanning a bar code labelled "Accept"
* Switch off computer
After that, the total amount spent must be debited from the account of
the ordergroup of the member.
Additionally there should be a bar code around for cancellation (and
maybe some for numbers, for the case of taking larger quantities). The
computer can be small, it must be capable of running a lightweight
browser. It should boot very quickly or have low standby power consumption.
Yes, we need stock-order independent stock-takings for this. What is the
problem with price change management? The stock articles could just be
sold for the latest price.
I am willing to spend a considerable amount of work, but it is a low
Am 02.05.21 um 18:15 schrieb paroga [via foodsoft]: