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Re: �Aw: Re: Acquiring Dental RVG on Linux

Am Sun, Jan 03, 2021 at 10:42:23AM +0530 schrieb Sonali Warunjikar:

> > Test his code with another RGV5200 sensor. I would try to find
> > dental office IT user groups and ask if anyone owns that sensor
> > and would be willing to test ...
> The problem is: it limits the universe to those whom I know personally,
> among those who use exactly the same device, among those who would trust
> it to be given into a person's hand who is doing crazy things with an
> operating system whose name they haven't heard and who has written a
> disclaimer that it may damage their device?
> Unless that person had the reputation of someone like Linus, it's hard to
> convince another dentist, even if found with the same device and is a
> close acquaintance. Wouldn't blame them, these devices are costly and the
> can't be expected to comprehend what we are up to with it and what's the
> big deal about achieving that when things work for them on Windows anyway.
> In general, it's hard to get individual (non company) engineers and
> doctors to work together, particularly the latter trusting the former
> purely for experimentation when nothing is broken for the latter!

You have perfectly described the quagmire.

I'd trawl the web for posts like this


and attempt to contact them.

Places like stackoverflow might work well for that.

Say, this


which I found with

	site:stackoverflow.com rvg sensor

on Google (not that I don't prefer duckduckgo ... :)

> I'm sure communities like *-med will have long experience of these situations.

You tell me ...

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