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Re: [Gnumed-devel] GNUmed website

From: David Grant
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] GNUmed website
Date: Sun, 14 Dec 2003 23:24:24 -0500
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Ian Haywood wrote:

On Sun, 14 Dec 2003 21:01:41 +0100
Sebastian Hilbert <address@hidden> wrote:

Hi ! is over and it has been a fun time.
One attendee said he had trouble getting to know GNUmed. He explained that
there are too many websites for GNUmed and almost no documents for people who have never heard of GNUmed, open source , CVS and the like before.

I agree we should have one website, IMHO it should be a Wiki (there are numerous implementations), to allow easy maintance.

It should also mirror the user and developer guides currently in CVS (which 
have a lot
of your requests already, although they need some maintainance)

Although I like wiki's, how do you keep manuals updated with the content in the wiki? Wikis are great for doing all sorts of things with, but I don't know how to do a manual in wiki and keep it synchronized with an HTML docbook style manual.

While we're there, we should run a public gnumed database and subversion to 
replace savannah CVS
(particularly if it stays offline for much longer)

Why not just wait for savannah CVS to come back up? And if they don't (within some timeframe), why not switch to sourceforge?

Currently both and are BSD boxes, a system with which I 
have little experience,
were one Debian I would be happy to look after this stuff (since everything 
above is apt-get'able)
[I think was moving to Debian at some stage: is this still true?]


David J. Grant
M.A.Sc. Candidate in Electrical Engineering
a-Si and Integrated Circuits Lab
University of Waterloo
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519-888-4567 x2872

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