On Mon, Jun 04, 2012 at 09:26:23PM +0700, Michel Alexandre Salim wrote:
> it seems you are new to this list and so I would like to repeat
> hint that a lot of medical software is just packaged in Debian and
> you might be able to steal some code from there. You can probably
> get the best overview about what is packaged from the Debian Med
> tasks page. Each entry has a link to VCS where the packaging
> code is managed.
Thanks, that is really useful. I just noticed that our SIG wiki page
does link to it.
Good. Just keep us informed if we could do anything even better for
the purpose of a fruitful cooperation.
> This is also on our todo list and some preparations are done
> due to a lack of manpower this is a bit stalled (unfortunately).
Hopefully I didn't step on anyone's toes!
I can't see a reason for this (why do you think so?)
If anyone would like to
review and/or comaintain the package, I'm all ears.
I wished I would have more time ...
> We do also have some stuff here but this was a bit blocked by
> non-free Sun/Oracle code (imageio). You can find some relevant
> discussion in the list archive of Debian Med Mailing list.
I should probably sign up to that one too, thanks.
This might be a good idea to enhance cooperation.
looking at O3's DPACS (based on dcm4che/chee as well); if the manual
is to be believed, it would continue to run without imageio, but
without the ability to do image compression/decompression. On the plus
side the company developing it has ISO certification:
but on the other hand they seem to make life a bit harder for outside
developers by doing periodic code drops rather than opening up their
After a quick look I did not found any licensing statement. If you
found one, I'd be happy to know and would list it amongst Debian Med
> Kind regards and good luck in packaging medical software for
Thanks for the warm welcome and all the pointers!
You are welcome