Re: Plans for ITK version 4
On 01/24/2012 06:45 AM, Luis Ibanez wrote:
[KSB] Actually, we should use the list as much as possible so that the
discussion is captured and archived in a searchable format. I'll try to
write up some thoughts when we get closer. VistA is actually technically
very simple to package, almost trivial once GT.M is packaged. But it has
its own set of challenges that may make a package less useful than we are
On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 2:22 AM, Andreas Tille<email@example.com> wrote:
On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 11:10:50PM -0500, Luis Ibanez wrote:
As maintainer of the upstream project I will
be more than happy to help solve any difficulty.
Ahhh, ITK *and* GT.M upstream? Is this by chance or is there some
No direct connection at this point. :-)
I have been working in ITK for a while, and
more recently we started participating in
Maybe at some point we may find some synergy
between the two... but in the meantime, the focus
is on building an open source environment for
...on the other hand...
I'm finding that the Debian packaging community
and infrastructure can provide an effective template
for the maintenance and distribution of VistA itself. :-)
This is because VistA is very much like a combination
of an operating system and a collection of applications.
Maybe at some point we can brainstorm on this with
you and Bhaskar off-line ?
GT.M - Rock solid. Lightning fast. Secure. No compromises.
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