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GNUmed 0.2.6.1 released

From: Sebastian Hilbert <sebastian(dot)hilbert(at)gmx(dot)net>
To: PostgreSQL Announce <pgsql-announce(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: GNUmed 0.2.6.1 released
Date: 2007-05-30 20:05:23
Message-ID: 200705302205.24063.sebastian.hilbert@gmx.net (view raw or flat)
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 Announcing GNUmed 0.2.6.1
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We are proud to announce the availability of GNUmed 0.2.6.1 for GNU/Linux, MS 
Windows and MacOS X.

GNUmed is a group of practising doctors, programmers and free software 
enthusiasts from around the world, committed to provide a superior, free 
software solution for community practice. Using tried-and-true technology, 
GNUmed software will start out having record-keeping, but will eventually 
cover all aspects of medical practice, and will interface well with 
third-party software. Technically speaking, it tries to do things "cleanly", 
but takes a pragmatic rather than purist approach. 

The hooks framework has been extended. The bootstrapper transfers users and 
runs sanity checks for plausibility after upgrade. Encounter handling now 
allows a user to start a new encounter on demand. Simple data mining has been 
added. GNUmed now runs on Mac OS X and supports OsiriX DICOM viewer. Patient 
picture handling has been properly implemented. Debugging has been
improved for better user feedback. The backend features an improved backup 
script and a new
restore script, and now requires PG 8.1. A bug in the phrasewheel has been 
fixed.

Details can be found here: 
http://wiki.gnumed.de/bin/view/Gnumed/GnumedTodo#AnchorDone
-- 
Sebastian Hilbert 
Leipzig / Germany
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