I can test anything for interfacing with OneTouch UltraLink meters and
Medtronic Paradigm Insulin Pumps. Have an open format from those where
statical analysis can be applied to the data from those would be great.
Schlomo Schapiro wrote:
without trying to put you off your enthusiasm, but wouldn't it be more
worth your effort to first find a user and then collect software?
Otherwise you might spend a lot of work and find out in the end that
nobody wants to use it because the medical distribution lacks some
I have some background working as a Linux consultant for German
hospitals and know that there are a lot of things for which they need to
use special software (for regulatory reasons and to communicate with the
health insurance system, labs etc.). Based on that I would recommend to
find first a user backing the project, this could be done by writing
articles or holding talks at suitable conferences. Just collect and show
what kind of Open Source software there is and maybe somebody will back
Just my 2c...
As author of other open source software I know about the stony way to
building a community for something and wish you lots of luck and success
On 27.10.2009 10:35, Sascha 'saigkill' Manns wrote:
> Hi Schlomo,
> Am Dienstag 27 Oktober 2009 06:50:23 wrote Schlomo Schapiro:
>> Great Idea,
>> are there any end-users involved who will test and use the medical
> That is an good point. ATM not, but if we have more Packages in the
> Repo, i publish the Image, and make some Ads.
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