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[Gnumed-devel] Re: gnuMed progress

From: richard terry
Subject: [Gnumed-devel] Re: gnuMed progress
Date: Tue, 30 Jul 2002 14:33:37 +1000


The CVS has changed heaps in the last few months,  if you get time download 
it and run it using Make sure your .bashrc file has an entry:

export GNUMED_DIR=GNUMED_DIR=/home/richard/gnumed/gnumed/client

(substituting of course your home directory)

Jump in and help however, whenever. We hope to have a functional program 
accessing the database with clinical data by January 03, so you should be 
able to be right in the thick of it.

On Tuesday 30 July 2002 1 
you wrote:
> On 2002.07.25 16:42 richard terry wrote:
> > Hi Bob,
> >
> > I wondered if you still interested in helping with gnuMed. I got the
> > impression some time ago that the somewhat less than organised fragmented
> > approach of open source projects didn't sit well with you!. Perhaps I'm
> > wrong. I guess that's why going the sort of outlines you requested
> > regarding
> > the project don't exist.
> I am still interested.  I wouldn't say the lack of overview or plan didn't
> sit well, it just makes it harder to join in and be productive.  Also, I
> got involved in some local politics and didn't have time to do much.   I
> am still on the developer list and watch the emails come through.
> > We still need talented people willing to help. There is a rough (very
> > rough)
> > gui up and running, albeit with no link to the back end much except
> > finding
> > patient names. However much work has been done in recent months and the
> > core
> > developers Horst, Ian Haywood, Karsten, myself, and several others from
> > round
> > the world inc germany, New zealand, are aiming to get something
> > functional
> > running in the early part of 2003.
> I would hope to be able to start with some contribution this fall.  The
> learning curve, as you yourself observed, is fairly steep.  I haven't
> caught up with the CVS tree for about three months, but prior to that I
> was periodically just looking at it.  I have a couple of ideas, but until
> I can more effectively contribute (IE understand enough python and
> wxWindows) I am just looking.  So I haven't left entirely, I have just
> been watching.
> By next Jan, I hope to cut back some on my active practice and have more
> time to begin really helping.
> bob

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