Business model for Open Source - advice wanted

Tim Churches tchur at optushome.com.au
Thu Jul 10 23:42:21 CEST 2003


On Fri, 2003-07-11 at 00:13, Frank Millman wrote:
> I am busy developing an accounting package, using Python and wxPython,
> together with PostgreSQL on a Unix platform or SQL Server on a Windows
> platform.

Excellent choice of tools - identical to those used by the GnuMed
project (except for MS SQL Server - but note that PostgreSQL 7.4,
expected to be production quality soon, will run natively under
Windows). The common infrastructure raises the possibility of
integrating your package with GnuMed at some time in the future - at the
very least, GPs (family physicians) and others who adopt GnuMed will be
able to install your package without any extra work at all - and every
doctor needs an accounting package...

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Tim C

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