thank you for your mail!
You helped me a lot: ITK is the foundation of all COPD detection code
I use in my PhD :)
I already have a working yum repository with ITK 3.21 packaged at
office. What is making so hard to get an official Fedora release is to
recursively extract each bundled software in ITK and in all its
dependencies and have them approved as separate packages.
That proved to be a bit daunting for me alone. Especially the VXL part.
Having said this, if there are out there two or three people who would
like to join together to help finish the reviews that are pending, I
think we are not so far. :)
On 4 February 2012 23:51, Luis Ibanez <luis.ibanez(a)kitware.com> wrote:
Thanks for looking at packaging ITK.
If you need any assistance from upstream,
I will be happy to help.
On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 6:23 AM, Mario Ceresa <mrceresa(a)fedoraproject.org>
> Hi everybody!
> I'm really sorry to have neglected so much my medical imaging packages
> in this time. It was not my intention, but the fact is that I got a
> bit burned out of the amount of work needed for all the ITK
> dependencies since 2010.
> I use daily VXL, ITK, and elastix in my PhD work and I'd love to see
> them to be in Fedora, but I feel I will never be able to accomplish it
> If there is someone who is willing to help, we might coordinate the
> efforts and pick them up again.
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