|Subject:||Re: [Health] Map of worldwide GNU Health implementation?|
|Date:||Wed, 12 Mar 2014 07:37:39 -0500|
El mar 12, 2014 4:47 a.m., "Luis Falcon" <address@hidden> escribió:
> On 11/03/14 20:14, Emilien Klein wrote:
> >> From:Luis Falcon
> >> Subject:Re: [Health] Map of worldwide GNU Health implementation?
> >> Date:Fri, 07 Mar 2014 09:47:30 +0000
> >> User-agent:Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:24.0) Gecko/20100101 Thunderbird/24.3.0
> >> ________________________________
> >> Hi Emilien !
> >> On 06/03/14 06:02, Emilien Klein wrote:
> >>> Does such a map exist?
> >>> It would be interesting to see the global spread of GNU Health.
> >>> Markers of 2 colors to indicate live vs. implementing?
> > I know that in general for FLOSS projects it's difficult to know how
> > much downloads etc, but looking at the scope of the project (you don't
> > install it in a few minutes and be done) I would hope that you have a
> > few ideas where it's used?
> > Jamaica, Argentina, Kenia, Laos, Indonesia
> > How could we get that list and maintain it? The map would then be
> > built on top of that data.
> >> That is a good idea, but we need to get the feedback from the
> >> implementing places.
> >> I also thought of plotting the countries / cities that connect to the
> >> community server, as another indicator.
> > Why not? Like a temperature map of "where are people testing GNU
> > Health out in the last 30 days"
> Great. This could actually show realtime info.
> I reccomend use a free software engine, such as Piwik and feed the
> geoip info.
> 1.- http://piwik.org/
> > +Emilien
> > vBest,
> >>> Let me know if I can help to get this done, if it doesn't already exist.
> >>> Cheers,
> >>> +Emilien
> GNU Health : The Free Health and Hospital Information System
> Twitter: @gnuhealth
For the map I recommend use OpenStreetMap , is open data, with high level of geographic details -- specially in development world -- and commonly used to help into humanitarian crissis.
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