openSUSE Medical

openSUSE Medical call for Leadership and Participation

Hello Mates! openSUSE Medical here!

Well i would to announce that “openSUSE Medical Calling and also needs you”

a) Due to lack of time (i’ve began my Master Studies abroad) i’ve to give up from the project. I think that there are people who are able to lead the project and have more time available.

So “Looking for openSUSE Medical Next Leader”

b) I have created two pages (according to the last meeting’s goals) :

i) “Section Page” : http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Medical/section.html
ii) “Participate Page” : http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:Medical/participate.html

The process is you have a look at the Sections and then you declare your participation in the “Participate Page” (according to the instructions given in the pages).

So the project needs you for:

a) “The Next Project Leader”

b) “Participants for the Sections”

Anyone interested in (a) or (b) can reply to this e-mail or can post an e- mail to the opensuse-medical@opensuse.org

Rousiopoulos Athanasios-Ilias

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openSUSE Medical Meeting-Weekly News

We are pleased to announce the first openSUSE medical Meeting.

Time and meeting place

  • 2011-07-27 21:00 UTC/GMT +3 hours
  • #opensuse-medical at freenode

Topics

  • Welcome
  • News and Announcements
    • New Leadership , Plans and Thoughts
      Report From openSUSE Collaboration Camp (15-17 of July 2011 , Greece)
      openSUSE Conference Participation ( 11-14 of September 2011, Nürnberg)
      openSUSE Medical 11.4 Feedback
      openSUSE Medical Mailing list Brainstorms and Ideas (Andre Massing)
  • Milestones
    • Milestone 1 : Add new software in the distro (aka packaging new software)
      Milestone 2 : New applications development (Qt/KDE ones)
      Milestone 3 : Translation of included applications (openEMR,GnuMed, FreemedForms)
      Milestone 3 : Translation of the non-imported software (openmolar,sheltler Manager)
      Milestone 3 : Build the new release of the Distro with KIWI toolset
      Milestone 4 : openSUSE Medical Artwork
      Milestone 5 : Setting the release dates for the new release of the distro (openSUSE Medical Beta 1,Beta 2,RC,Final Release)
  • Open Floor – General Discuss

More informations at: http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Medical_meetings/


openSUSE Medical IRC Meeting Etherpad (July 2011)

 

Hello Mates,

I would like to inform you that the Etherpad for the openSUSE Medical
IRC Meeting (July) is now available at :

http://ietherpad.com/Mo5jljnvcd

Feel free to express your opinion , or add your topic.

Recommendation : PLEASE ADD YOUR TOPICS UNTIL FRIDAY 22/07/2011 17:00
UTC/GMT + 3 hours , SO AS THE MEETING TOPICS BE PUBLISHED IN THE NEXT
WEEKLY NEWS ISSUE (185) !!!!

Regards ,

Rousinopoulos Athanasios-Ilias

openSUSE Medical Project Leader


1ο openSUSE Collaboration Weekend Camp

 

Πρόγραμμα 1ου openSUSE Collaboration Weekend Camp

Παρασκευή
17:30 – 17:45  Καλωσόρισμα
17:45 – 18:30  Μεταφράζοντας τη διανομή openSUSE – Χρήση του Localize και του Gtranslator (Eυστάθιος Ιωσηφίδης – Κώστας Κουδάρας)
18:45 – 19:30  Μεταφράζοντας το weekly news και το wiki – Πώς, τι και γιατί
19:30 – 20:30  Βραδινό
20:45 – 22:15 Wiki Hackfest – Διαγωνισμός με δώρο ένα:
22:15 – … Συζήτηση: openSUSE people – From us to us – Διομήδης Αναδιώτης “Καινούργιος στην κοινότητα”

Σάββατο
08:00 – 10:00 Πρωινό
10:15 – 11:00 Χρήση του Yast – Διαχείριση συστήματος εύκολα, γρήγορα και με πολλές δυνατότητες (Ευστάθιος Αγραπίδης – Κώστας Κουδάρας)
11:00 – 12:00 def python_django(tutorial): (Θοδωρής Χατζημίχος)
12:15 – 13:15 Security and arduino: Multifactor authentication system (voice recognition and RFID technologies) – Μέρος 1ο (the-hackerspace)
13:30 – 14:30 Security and arduino: Multifactor authentication system (voice recognition and RFID technologies) – Μέρος 2ο (the-hackerspace)
14:30 – 17:30 Μπάνιο/ρακέτες/Beach Volley/φαΐ/μπύρες
17:30 – 18:15 Qt Signals And Slots (Αντώνης Τσαπαλιώκας)
18:30 – 19:30 Security and arduino: Wireless devices remote control (client – server control center) (the-hackerspace)
19:30 – 20:30 Βραδινό
20:30 – 21:30 Vim introduction (Γιάννης Χατζημίχος)
21:30 – … Συζήτηση: Δουλεύοντας μέσα σε μια κοινότητα Ε.Λ/Λ.Α.Κ

ΚΥΡΙΑΚΗ
08:00 – 10:00 Πρωινό
10:00 – 10:45 Επιβίωση με Gnome 3 στον κόσμο του KDE (Ευστάθιος Ιωσηφίδης)
10:45 – 11:00 OBSάρω, OBSάρεις; (Ευστάθιος Αγραπίδης)
11:45 – 12:30 KDE Frameworks (Γιώργος Τσαπαλιώκας)
12:30 – 13:15 openSUSE Medical project – openEMR (Αθανάσιος-Ηλίας Ρουσινόπουλος)
13:30 ΤΕΛΟΣ ΕΚΔΗΛΩΣΗΣ


openSUSE Weekly News, Issue 179 is out!

Hello everybody!

openSUSE Weekly News , Issue 179 is out!

Be up to date and read it :

Available at :

http://news.opensuse.org/2011/06/11/opensuse-weekly-news-issue-179-is-out/

Enjoy it!

 


Article about openSUSE Medical Release

I would like to thank Efstathios Iosifidis for his article about openSUSE Medical  in OSARENA.

It is available at : http://osarena.net/2011/06/opensuse-medical-11-4-kataskevasmeni-apo-ellina-ipefthinou-tou-project.html

Thanks!

 


openSUSE Medical (The New Leadership)

It’s very important for me , that from now on i am a FOSS project leader (openSUSE Medical)..to know more about take a look at the news :

http://news.opensuse.org/2011/06/09/new-leadership-inside-the-medical-project/

First of all i would like to thank Sascha Manns (openSUSE Medical project Founder) , Kostas Koudaras (openSUSE Greek Community Leader), Efstathios Eiosifidis ( openSUSE Ambassador , and openSUSE Medical Contributor) for their help and advice

But maybe someone will ask me why is so important for you to lead a project?

It is very important to lead an FOSS project , because you feel more that you contribute  (in the community) and also inform people around this project (of course and about Gnu/Linux)…Furthnermore , this project is a it’s a challenge , because i’m not a doctor or a pharmacist , i’ m just a gratuated student from Department of Applied Informatics…I would like to mention that , i will try to give my best..but..your opinion,suggestion and feedback are very very usefull for me and for the project in general…

That’s for now…

Thanks a lot!

Have a lot of fun , enjoy openSUSE , and try openSUSE Medical!

Feel free to “bother” me (for more info) at : zoumpis@gmail.com