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Re: new iproposal: a specific OS for psychologist

Would it be possible to know specifically what Professor
Montero has in mind, and what Debian could add  ?

Detailed specifications are likely to get a constructive

I doubt if it is practical to create and maintain
discipline-based distributions.

One of the strengths of Debian is that it is like a Swiss
knife - a tool which can be applied to many problems.

Best wishes,

Adam Bogacki,

----- Original Message Follows -----
> Hi Fran,
> On Mon, Oct 09, 2017 at 01:43:19PM -0400, Franps wrote:
> > Hi, My name is Francisco Montero, I would like to ask
> you if it is possible to develop an OS based on Debian
> (similar to SkoleLinux/DebianEdu) specific for
> psychologist (both applied psychologist and researcher
> psychologist) built with a set of predetermine tools such
> as pspp (data analysis), neurodebian, zotero (citation
> manager), bibus (connection to data base provider) pgp
> > tools for confidential reports about patients,... I am
> psychologist and professor at University. I don't know
> about programming, but I would help to search for the
> appropiate tools for an specific OS for psychologist
> > (asking partners, testing tools in debian packages...).
> Psychologists as other researchers usually depend on
> privative software to research and to improve the
> knowledge about human behavior and mind. We would love a
> > new Free Software OS based on Debian. Currently I am
> user of Debian Stretch and I think this would be a very
> useful OS to built an specific OS for psyhologist. I offer
> myself to contribute of topics related to psychology
> during the development process and the spread of the new
> > OS if this is released. Please, let me know your opinion
> > about my proposal. Thank you very much for yor
> attention.
> Your message will more likely get a reply when it's posted
> at debian-science@lists.debian.org; the debian-publicity
> list is used to discuss how to deal with and manage
> publicity for Debian.
> I here do post your message at debian-science; you'll
> likely get a more useful reply one of these days.
> Bye,
> Joost

Adam Bogacki


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