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Re: [Gnumed-devel] coding

From: Slappinjohn
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] coding
Date: Wed, 01 Jun 2011 22:39:55 +0200
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Hi Karsten,

I'm currently integrating all the inclusiva and exclusiva... a lot of
work to do :-(

As I understand the dimdi as publisher for the german version, you can
publish the software using the ICD10GM from dimdi with what license you
like if you just mention dimdi as code base? So once you bought the
codec-package (as I did) it should be no problem to publish it as part
of gnumed. Did I got it right?



Am 01.06.2011 00:48, schrieb Karsten Hilbert:
> On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 08:05:10PM +0200, Slappinjohn wrote:
>> I'm writing a little python tool for searching icd10 codes (2006GM),
>> because I need them in my invoices.
>> Currently it uses a sqlite-db for testing purposes, could be transferred
>> into postgres (don't know the postgresql-python bindings)
>> can send you a copy if wanted.. Database included, but at the moment
>> without all the inklusiva - exklusiva stuff
> I would surely be interested in a SQL-ized (or sqlited)
> files of the ICD10 which would likely save us some work.
> One thing we will have to solve before the next major
> release is how to deliver data packs. Releasing
> tarballs/debs etc with megabytes of data isn't that smart an
> idea.
> The concept would be to have the client download a data pack
> list from a configurable address. Said list would contain
> download URLs and descriptions of available data packs. The
> user would pick a selection which would download and install
> them.
> I haven't fully decided yet on the level of forge protection
> to put in.
> Karsten

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