Medical Task Force
Sascha 'saigkill' Manns
samannsml at directbox.com
Fri Apr 2 12:33:49 BST 2010
Am Freitag, 2. April 2010 02:14:15 wrote schultz.patrick at gmail.com:
> I would also be interested; I currently write software for RIS/PACS
> Is there a website with more information?
> Patrick Schultz
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bruno Girin <brunogirin at gmail.com>
> Date: Fri, 02 Apr 2010 00:52:22
> To: <ubuntu-devel-discuss at lists.ubuntu.com>
> Subject: Re: Medical Task Force
> Hi Sasha,
> On Thu, 2010-04-01 at 23:32 +0200, Sascha 'saigkill' Manns wrote:
> > Hello Mates,
> > warm Greetings from the openSUSE Community.
> > We all knowing that we have a lack of Software from Medical needs
> > (Medicine Doctors or Clinics).
> > So we (the openSUSE, Fedora and Debian Developers) have founded an
> > Special Task Force for building new Packages with Medical needs. We
> > trying to share our Experience and Patches.
> > So we are pleased to invite the Ubuntu Project, to be a part of
> > this Task Force.
> > If you're an Packager or interested in learning that, you're
> > welcome. Please answer to this List.
> I have no knowledge in packaging but I would be very interested to
> learn and to be part of this task force. I have experience working
> with the NHS in the UK, hence the interest. I'm not sure that's any
> help though :-)
First of all we have created an distro specific Subproject:
opensuse-medical (subscribe opensuse-medical+subscribe at opensuse.org)
debian-med (subscribe http://lists.debian.org/debian-med/)
All from the Task Force has subscribed all that Mailinglists.
Maybe it is possible to create an Medical Subproject in Ubuntu with an
Have a nice day :-)
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