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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Re: Hello

From: Karsten Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Re: Hello
Date: Sun, 28 Jul 2002 10:21:30 +0200
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> > 2) If you have access to several Linux distributions, several
> >    versions of Windows and a Mac (we are aiming for BSD-based
> >    Mac's only, or are we ?) you could become a build manager.
> >    Basically this means monitoring the cvs for changes and
> >    making sure they work across all platforms. Parts of this
> >    can easily be automated such as downloading from cvs,
> >    alerting yourself if changes occurred and reporting to the
> >    mailing list based on a mail template.
> One thing here, and Im not sure if if it has been discussed is why sepnd
> energy on the various linux distributions when focusing one, say debian,
> would be advantageous and solve many problems in terms of distribution.
These days _if_ we are lucky the doctor _has_ Linux at all.
In many cases it will be on the server and Windows on the
workstations. If we strive for compliance on anything I'd
suggest LSB.

However, for those that install GNUmed on clean machines they
can always use Debian-Med which is the preferred way of doing
so IMHO.

Sure, Debian can be there but I certainly don't see the point
of focussing on it exclusively especially since at the moment
it is one of the least likely distributions to already reside
on a random doctor's desk machine (which doesn't mean it
wouldn't work for that task).

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