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Re: [Health] How to incorporate the Greek translation into the programme

From: Kostas Mousafiris
Subject: Re: [Health] How to incorporate the Greek translation into the programme? [EL]
Date: Sat, 03 Dec 2011 19:51:52 +0200
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Hi there Luis!

I would just like to point out that I finally finished 100% the translation in Greek of all the GNU Health modules.
You can indeed take a look at the Transifex platform.

My question is:

When could this work be incorporated into the programme, so as to be able to show it to people here in Greece and do a little bit of marketing?
In case that this procedure should require a long time, in what other way could I try this on my own??
I guess it would be the case of inserting the files into some specific point in the code, but where exactly should that be???

Thank you in advance!


Στις 24/11/2011 03:07 πμ, ο/η Luis Falcon έγραψε:

Thank you Mousafiris !
It should not be hard. We just need to map the current tables to the GNU Health schema
Let us know if you need help.

Best regards

El 23/11/2011 21:59, "Kostas Mousafiris" <address@hidden> escribió:
I recently saw some more details about GNU Health and I really liked it.
So I started translating the entire project in Greek, including the
various modules.
Being myself medically qualified, I did not encounter particular
difficulty in my translation work, so I nearly finished it.

However, I currently work at my own practice with another EMR software,
called OpenEMR.
This programme holds data in mySQL Data Base.
The crucial question for me is:
As I am not a technically super-qualified person,
is there any practical and feasible way of migrating all my data from
the MySQL to the PostgreSQL environment of GNU Health, without.... too
much fuss??

Thanks a lot


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