Well, thankfully, summer classes are almost over (tomorrow is the last class). I have a big paper to write for one of them, due at the worst time possible - July 5th. The day after what is, probably, one of the busiest days of the year for the ambulance corps.
In follow-ups and news:
- tuxostat has been running for nearly a month in my apartment, and appears stable, albeit missing many planned features, and with a sub-optimal interface (and no SNMP yet).
- TuxTruck is still on the back burner.
- I’ve been playing around with the idea of writing a new electronic patient care report system for the ambulance corps, to replace our current three-year-old system (written in VB .NET and running on Windows). It would probably be coded in Python, with a wxWindows/wxPython GUI. I’ll start on a small demo version, but would like it to be fully modular, and eventually form a codebase for OpenEPCR.