From Linux Journal: "One longstanding type of application often described as 'The Thing Linux Needs' is the accounting system. Considerable variation exists in
what people would like to see included in an accounting system. Most notably, they want something Gooey and Friendly, intended for personal
finance, reminiscent of Intuit's Quicken or Microsoft Money; or they want something Gooey and Friendly, intended for business finance,
reminiscent of Intuit's QuickBooks or PeachTree Accounting. From its advertising, you might expect the Linux General Ledger (LGL) to be a
program more like the latter than the former."
May 11, 2001