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On 06/04/2012 09:17 PM, Andreas Tille wrote:
it seems you are new to this list and so I would like to repeat my
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.
On Sat, Jun 02, 2012 at 11:35:08PM +0700, Michel Alexandre Salim
> I just spent today packaging GNU Health -- a delightfully
> well-packaged software in comparison to some other software out
This is also on our todo list and some preparations are done but
due to a lack of manpower this is a bit stalled (unfortunately).
Hopefully I didn't step on anyone's toes! If anyone would like to
review and/or comaintain the package, I'm all ears.
> (having recently started using dcm4chee,
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. I'm actually
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
Kind regards and good luck in packaging medical software for
Thanks for the warm welcome and all the pointers!
Michel Alexandre Salim
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