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Re: [Health] GNU Health on FLOSS Weekly podcast

From: Luis Falcon
Subject: Re: [Health] GNU Health on FLOSS Weekly podcast
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2013 00:36:12 -0300
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Dear Hellekin
On 15/09/13 18:34, Emilien Klein wrote:
> Hi GNU Health developers and community,
> Any motivation to present GNU Health on FLOSS Weekly, and that way get
> more exposure for this great project?
Thanks a lot. We are definitely interested.

I'm actually right now on a meeting with a local GNU Health team, and I
will pass the news to them also.

>     +Emilien
> 2013/7/25 Emilien Klein <address@hidden
> <mailto:address@hidden>>
>     Hi GNU Health developers and community,
>     I am a long-time listener of the FLOSS Weekly podcast [0]. It's a
>     weekly 1-hour long podcast that interviews the developers of Free,
>     Libre and Open Source projects.
>     [0]
>     I would love for GNU Health to be on the show, it would raise the
>     profile of the project, making more people aware of it and possibly
>     getting more folks involved in the community and, why not, helping out
>     with development!
>     The main host is Randal Schwartz (an "old-timer/legend" in the
>     FLOSS/Perl community) and he's got a panel of rotating co-hosts.
>     Randal wants the project lead to email him directly at
>     address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden> so that he can
>     schedule you on the show.
>     Fun bit In case you're not familiar with the show, each one ends with
>     these 2 questions:
>     - What's your favorite scripting language
>     - What's your favorite text editor
>     Randal's are Perl and Emacs, and he's got a "virtual" challenge going
>     on: as quite a large number indicate Python and Vim, it always makes
>     him gringe a bit ;)
>        +Emilien
>     P.S.: Please CC me, as I'm not subscribed to the health@ mailing list
>     (only health-dev@)

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