Just for your information.
I am asking to create "medical-sig" group (FAS/Kochei) and "biology"
(only Kochei) group here.
I believe that this makes us easier to manage our packages.
Stay healthy and safe, everyone.
Jun | He - His - Him
There are 3 topics for the Fedora Medical SIG in this email.
## Creating RPM group: medical-sig
I would like to add "medical-sig" to the RPM groups that is listed on
the page below.
Someone do you know how to create the group?
## Including bio-tech to Medical SIG
Seeing the SIG's wiki page, right now Medical SIG is for
Doctor/Dentist's healthcare system specific.
I want to update the Medical SIG's wiki page including bio-tech,
In my opinion, a challenge for the medical, biology communities is the
Each medical and bio package maintainer in Fedora tends to manage
their RPM packages in individual level.
I want to make the Medical SIG the inclusive place the place to
communicate and work collaboratively for the RPM packages.
A good role model for the concept of Medical SIG is Debian Med team.
> The Debian Med project prepares packages that are associated with medicine, pre-clinical research, and life sciences. Its developments are mostly focused on three areas for the moment: medical practice, imaging and bioinformatics.
I want to adapt the concept to Fedora Medical SIG.
Biology is the sub category of the Medical in the Debian Med project.
Well, for example working for creating a yogurt that has a strength
for the disease sequencing the yogurt bacteria genome is not medical.
But aligning with Debian Medical project is still meaningful for me.
If you are interested in Medical/Biology, please join us to Medical SIG!
It's a very moderate traffic group right now.
=> Manage subscription
Mailing list address: medical-sig(a)lists.fedorahosted.org
Jun | He - His - Him
Hello Medical Sig,
Seeing below Debian Med group, I thought I wanted to know the list of
medical packages on Fedora Project.
How do you think of adding the list to our wiki page like a Debian Med
Group's page? It looks convenient, isn't it?
I am interested in especially Biology (bioinformatics) packages such as
biopython, BioConductor and etc.