[Pdx-pm] MMT grant
darthsmily at verizon.net
Tue Feb 3 22:14:41 CST 2004
I am, however I would need to get the information some other way besides
the meetings. It is very difficult for me to make wedsdays meetings.
That said, I will make an extra effort to show up at the meeting this is
I have worked on a patient tracking system for ER Depts, so I have that
experience as well as PERL.
david pool wrote:
> My fellow perlmongers,
> Recently Meyer Memorial Trust funded a local nonprofit mental health
> center out in Hillsboro for a grant that would convert them over to open
> source software.
> The grant is being run through Collaborative Technologies, a recent
> addition to Free Geek. The central component of the project
> is replacing the center's patient tracking system, which had been
> developed in Access.
> We found an existing open source project that's mature, reasonably
> full featured and written in Perl. The project just wrapped up version
> 2.3, and we're begining to work with Tom Good, the project leader, on
> what will be SQL Clinic 3.0 (codename Portland) when we finish. Tom is
> This is an important first experiment with open source software for
> Meyer Memorial Trust. Although this grant is a small one, MMT hands
> out about $15 million a year in Oregon and SW Washington each year.
> If all goes well, it's a good bet they'll be funding more projects.
> I'm hoping that some of the perlmongers would consider pitching in
> some volunteer time to help make this first one a big success.
> I don't usually present things at the Perlmongers meetings, but if
> people were interested I'd be happy to talk about the project a
> little. In fact if people are interested I could see if Ron
> Braithewaite, the Collaborative Technologies Coordinator, could come
> give a general overview.
> Is anyone interested?
> david pool
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