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Sun, 4 Aug 2002 00:36:57 +1000
In quick summary what is OIO?
Does that mean if he succeeds in the emulation we at gnumed are going to loose
your coding talents? Enough to send shudders down my spine.
On Sunday 04 August 2002 12:30 am, Karsten Hilbert wrote:
> Dear Andrew.
> >> The GUI, however, _is_ approaching some sort of demoable state.
> > Great! The idea is to rapidly emulate GnuMed with OIO once GnuMed GUI
> > reaches a semi-mature stage. This process should take about 4-8 weeks.
> OK, I'll give you 12 weeks from now to emulate what GUI is in
> CVS now. If you are able to emulate (or have someone else
> emulate) what the GNUmed GUI is up to right now I will consider
> switching to OIO. It must offer the same level of intended (!)
> functionality as dicussed on this list and as put forth by
> Richard (Edit Area, phrase wheel ...). It must show how certain
> things are supposed to be done technically that _I_ need here
> in Germany (I know how to do them in GNUmed). Obviously you can
> ask me for clarification on what I mean by this latter
> requirement. I am talking hardware access. A Linux kernel patch
> is needed for that, too, for example.
> Note: I don't expect this to happen. I have my doubts towards
> this even being possible easily.
> A research/hospital/large organisation system is very
> different from a GP office system.
> High regards,
> PS: I may sound hostile. I am being realistic. And prone to my
> own limitations of understanding, of course.
- [Gnumed-devel] OIO,
richard terry <=