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Re: Seeking Sponsor for OSCAR

Just in case Andreas T. would miss that mail, I believe the suggestion
would be to package this software under the debian med umbrella.


On Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 4:34 PM, R Alemi <alemi.reza@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear mentors,
> I am seeking a sponsor to package OSCAR (Open Source Clinical
> Application Resources) on Debian and Ubuntu.
> OSCAR is an Electronic Medical Records suite developed by the
> university of McMaster in Canada, it is mainly Java and python
> routines that run on a LAMP server to which Java and Tomcat are added.
> it needs some special configuration of the 'parent' packages and to
> ensure minimum hardware such as memory to run.
> OSCAR has around 1000 users in Canada, US, Spain and Argentina, it is
> estimated to hold around a million patient's information, and has been
> steadily on the rise for the past two decades.
> I have volunteered with OCUS (OSCAR Canada User Society) to package
> it, and would very much appreciate any help you are willing to
> provide.
> Best regards,
> Rex
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