Re: Newbie presentation and slashdot thread
André Isidoro Fernandes Esteves <email@example.com> writes:
> My name is André Esteves and i live in Portugal. Been lurking your mal and
> trying to get some courage to help you somewhere...
Welcome to debian-science. I'd encourage you (and anyone else lurking)
to get involved. It is a friendly group - and there are lots of things
that would be nice to do if only there were a volunteer to do them.
http://wiki.debian.org/DebianScience has a list of suggestions for how
you might be able to help - but it is by no means a complete list.
> In the meantime, may i ask for your attention to this slashdot thred:
> " Open Source Software For Experimental Physics?"
Many of the packages mentioned are in the discussion are available in
Debian. Some are not though, and there is some interesting discussion
of data acquisition.
> Two interesting open source projects surfaced:
> - EPICS:
An unofficial package of epics is available.
provide links to it.
It isn't a package I personally use - but clearly it would be nice if
an official package existed.
> - RTEMS
> RTEMS is the Real-Time Operating System for Multiprocessor Systems. It is a
This isn't packaged for Debian AFAICT.