I have just uploaded a Fedora package for Orthanc 0.6.2 that has been
released earlier this week  (in the "master" branch ).
This release introduces "Orthanc Client". Orthanc Client is a SDK that
allows a third-party software to connect to an instance of Orthanc from C++
code using the REST API of Orthanc. This library is built upon libcurl.
I have therefore created 3 new packages: liborthancclient0.6 (the shared
library), liborthancclient-devel (the headers), and liborthancclient-doc
(Doxygen documentation + sample code). As this is my first packaging of a
SDK on Fedora, please could someone help me by reviewing my work to make
sure this way of packaging is OK?
The package also fails building on x86_84 architectures . Could you help
understand how I can fix this error?
Many thanks in advance!
I think I have thought an purpose that we can target, and make
something new, and awesome. I would like to turn my search for
softwares, that we can give for many ER car set, as mobile computer.
Like netbooks, or any upcoming stronger ARM development can mean for
us huge advantage, as Fedora Medical can provide an set of softwares
as spin for this purpose.
Guys, do we have set of softwares for a spin that can be useful for ER
paramedic cars - eg. quick diagnostical softwares, USB tools?
Following Jos commentary on:
I'm probably updating dcmtk to last development version (da79f0) laster
Is there anyone who specifically needs 3.6.0 for any reason?
Thanks and regards,
Orthanc, an open-source, lightweight, scriptable DICOM store that is part
of Debian Med , has applied to Zénobe Award 2013.
This year, this Belgian prize rewards social innovation [2, page 6]. Thanks
to the fact that it is an open-source product, to the fact that it is
already used in some hospitals to freely automate medical imaging flows,
and to the fact that this social need is currently not sufficiently
addressed by proprietary solutions, Orthanc is considered as an example of
social innovation. Obtaining this prize would allow us to pursue its free
If you think that our project deserves it, you can vote online to support
Orthanc at Zénobe Award 2013 until October 15th .
Voting only takes a few seconds: Just fill up your first name, your last
name, and your email in the pink box, then click on the "Votez pour ce
projet" button. We thank you much in advance for your support!
Le 7 oct. 2013 à 11:48, Sébastien Jodogne a écrit :
> Dear Eric,
> Thanks for your support!
I have a real respect with the work done with fedora medical and I don't want to create a conflict between Linux teams. But may I suggest you to inform the DebianMed team also ?
Debian Med Project List <debian-med(a)lists.debian.org>