Hello, my name is Ben Duncan and I am a consultant with the Mississippi State Supreme Court, Electronic Filing Division. ( https://courts.ms.gov/mec/mec.html )
I also have over 35 years in writing general accounting systems, as well as a past VAR for such systems as MCBA, RealWorld, AppGen, for various other systems.
We here at MEC, are investigation the usage of Tryton to create the accounting modules for fee, fines, restitution collection in both chancery and criminal courts.
I have some questions going forward:
Currently I have a laptop to experiment with that has OpenSuse 42.3 on it and the OpenSuse version is something like 4.2 of Tryton on python 2. Will that be sufficient to get us started?
We also have a plethora of virtual servers we can play with, all are Redhat 6.9. They are scheduled to be upgrades to RHEL 7 before the end of the year. Should we go ahead and start Tryton on RHEL 7 and which version of Tryton would be sufficient?