Thursday, October 29, 2009
Monday, October 19, 2009
Looking back I wanted to know why work has not progressed the way I would have liked it. I guess most of it is due to wanting everything at once. My dream plugin is so complex it just takes too much effort to implement. This is going to change. I have restarted in simpler steps. A first working version will be provided. Building on top of it I hope to be able to release a better one over time.
Keep it stupid simple is what I should have done from the beginning.
Sunday, October 04, 2009
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Saturday, October 03, 2009
I am looking for a voluteer to write up non-technical about GNUmed. If you can spare a minute please write a page or so that can be distributed to press and press-alike people.
Background: I was talking to the openSUSE guys about including it into the distribution and writing about it in the suse blogs.
They asked me to provide some non-technical information on GNUmed.
I believe this document should include:
- GNUmed is an electronic medical record program
- Targeted at medical offices - not hospitals
- aimed at record keeping - not billing
- talk about some features
- talk about use cases
- who creates it and why
- what is desired for the future
Any help is really appreciated. I believe GNUmed's current feature set is big enough to raise awareness that GNUmed can be used in certain settings today.