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Linux Medicine-HOWTO

Walt Pennington

tldp at pennfirm dot net

Gerardo Arnaez

Department of Advanced Skunk Works

Werner Heuser

Revision History
Revision 2.3 2004-03-24 Revised by: gea
Slight updates
Revision 2.2 2003-07-11 Revised by: gea
Slight updates
Revision 2.1.2 2003-04-06 Revised by: gea
Update Slicer information thanks to Matej Pivoluska. updated Werner Heuser information
Revision 2.1.1.2 2003-02-02 Revised by: gea
Corrected typo of 'important' in article description. Thanks to Morgon Kanter.
Revision 2.1.1.1 2003-01-05 Revised by: gea
slight update. spam-proofed emails. Note anyone that wants to help with the vet section should 'come on down'.
Revision 2.1.1 2002-12-22 Revised by: gea
Update to re-include vet applications, but again, will mostly serve as pointer to better information.
Revision 2.1 2002-8-24 Revised by: gea
There are too many projects. There are much better sites for information. This document will change its focus and be more of a stable document and pointing to active sites with better and more up-to-date information. This document is not intended to be complete, and parts of it will seem out of place in its new function.
Revision 2.0.5 2002-07-26 Revised by: gea
Added in OpenEMR. I also need to add back in the german sections, but will need help on it.
Revision 2.0.4 2002-04-06 Revised by: gea
Added Kpumpe and OIO library info
Revision 2.0.3 2002-03-02 Revised by: gea
Added to install OIO on Debian system. Have started on OIO how to install
Revision 2.0.2 2002-03-02 Revised by: gea
Starting to add more to the How-To section of FreePM. The installation section will need testing by others. Added Slicer info under a new section
Revision 2.0.1 2002-02-19 Revised by: gea
Minor changes, Changed license to GPL. Some more reorganization. Which to say I have deleted out a ton of comments that I put that were useless. More pimping of Debian-med.
Revision 2.0 2002-02-05 Revised by: gea
Major changes. Conversion from linux-doc to Doc-Book format. Have basically edited out nutrition sections and most of the German section for now until I can get help again the German section. Have switched focus of the article to Medical informatics and applications, less to research applications which should probably be a different article. Will most likely put these things I will not maintain at the end, so someone else has some where to begin. Whew. Tired from Doc-Book Conversion.
Revision 1.4.3 2002-02-5 Revised by: gea
Doing minor checks of links. no big change yet
Revision 1.4.2 2002-02-05 Revised by: gea
I have started to make structural changes to the documents. Changes Community to the fore-front. renamed Medical Application to Medical Record Application to make it more usable. I have not decide to change the version number as i have just moved links around and I am trying to structure the document a little bit better.
Revision 1.4.1 2002-02-05 Revised by: gea
Gerardo Arnaez took over maintaining this document. Some new additions, some info on when last update. Links to sqlclinic.net and eors.org added.
Revision 1.4 Unknown Revised by: wh
XXX, minor changes
Revision 1.3 2001-03-01 Revised by: wh
added links to gnutrition, Java SmokingMeter and HL7lib - Health Level 7 Library, some other links updated, Japanese translation proposed
Revision 1.2 2000-11-04 Revised by: wh
Links to Nut, Free Practice Management, LittleFish, GNUMed, REALTIQ, VISIdent, weight, OIO, CTSim, myPACS, BlazeLIMS, XNBC and PhysioNet added, new document URL, minor changes
Revision 1.1 2000-04-20 Revised by: wh
links to Res Medicinae, QDS, sixpack and LinuxMedNews added, minor changes
Revision 1.0 2000-01-27 Revised by: wh
LinuDent added, preface and disclaimer added, minor changes, first official release
Revision 0.2 2000-01-26 Revised by: wh
URLs checked, minor changes, second draft
Revision 0.1 1999-11-17 Revised by: wh
first draft

The Linux Medical How-To will serve as a nice and convenient meta resource directing interested parties to important sites, a few well-established/meta mailing lists.