this is my first reply on medical's mailing list and i would like to share with you some of our thoughts about the medical project.
From the presentation of thanasis rousinopoulos at fosscomm(greek foss
event) me,thanasis and 2 other gyus motived to help to the development of medical project. We(the three gyus) are a bit of good coders.The first one is a foss/coder guy for 4-5 years and the me and antonis(the third guy) we are KDE contributors. None of us has something to do with medical stuff but coding is something that we love and knowing that an opensuse project needs our help is the only thing that we need to know in order to contribute.:)
Our names are Tsiapaliwkas Giorgos,Giorgos Koutsikos(also opensuse ambassador) and Tsiapaliokas Antonis and of course thanasis rousinopoulos aka zoumpis.
This is also our etherpad which we created in order to help the medical project.
I was waiting until now in order to say these to you because today we had an another greek foss event named ELLAK(ELLAK is the greek word for foss) and we were hoping to find some more contributors. Thankfully i found an other 3 people who wants to contribute. The 2 told me that are experienced programmers who want to help and the third person is just a linux user. I can't guarantee for them,but as you can see medical project can motivate a lot of people..
The idea of creating applications for the medical project,merging the gap of upstream and downstream projects,is a factor which can make opensuse project and opensuse medical project to shinny in the foss world.
In conclusion,the only thing that i am asking you is to stand to our side as we will try to make the medical project one of the "best" foss projects. PS:the related links, etherpad:http://openetherpad.org/4AvlghNabH Tsiapaliokas Antonis:http://dot.kde.org/2010/12/10/how-become-kde-developer Tsiapaliwkas Giorgos:http://websvn.kde.org/trunk/kde-common/accounts?view=markup line 2249