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Richard Stallman at IWEEE 2013 . Webm format

Just wanted to share Richard Stallman's interview at the GNU Solidario's International Workshop on e-Health in Emerging Economies - IWEEE 2013 -. (in Spanish)
As Richard and the Free Software community request, the following video is in encoded in WebM format.

The video in webm format can also be downloaded here  : http://www.iweee.org/presentations/2013-las_palmas/IWEEE_2013_stallman.webm
IWEEE is the annual GNU Solidario workshop that focuses in Free Software solutions for the health care sector, especially for developing countries
This year we had speakers from :

UNESCO chair of TelemedicineThe Free Software FoundationDoctors without BordersZoHEThymbra El Salvador Health MinistryCaritas GNU SolidarioRed CrosMedFlossUniversity of GeorgiaEpSOS -. The European eHealth ProjectIngenia BikaLabsBrainOS
IWEEE keeps getting bigger and better ! Thanks to all of you who contributed to this great workshop and we're looking forward to seeing you at IWEEE 2014 !

GNU Health 1.8 is out, with Android support

It's been a couple of weeks since the release ofGNU Health series 1.8, and we're thrilled on the evolution of the system, and its adoption by the community.
This latest series is compatible with Tryton 2.6.x and has many improvements, in the core and reporting modules, among others. As usual, the migration from previous versions are included.
The other good news is that, being compatible with Tryton 2.6 allows the connection from mobile devices with the Android Operating System .  Thanks to the great Tryton development framework, and to the fantastic job done by SCIL  and Bio Eco Forests, who sponsored and paid for the project,  in the development of the Android client for Tryton, GNU Health servers can now be accessed directly from your mobile device.

You can find the Android client on Google Play . For the development process, check the SCIL page .
There are more good news on the way. The web client is also around the corner, and we will have 3 different ways to connect to…