Marcus and I had a busy summer, what with holidays, hospitals, hacks (days/weeks/camps) and house moves. I’d like you to accept this post with our apologies for being relatively quiet recently. Now, without further ado, here’s an update on all things NHSbuntu.
NHSbuntu September 30, 2017
NHSbuntu June 22, 2017
How IT & Open Source Software Can Provide The Perfect Patient Experience
Development June 19, 2017
NHSbuntu is built for the NHS from the Ubuntu open source operating system. To create our distribution we use tools from the Ubuntu ecosystem to package our customisations and build the download images. In this post I’ll describe the techniques and tools we use for this.
NHSbuntu May 19, 2017
We’re very excited to be able to announce that the Apperta Foundation, (which was formerly the NHS England Open Source Programme) has agreed to provide NHSbuntu with initial support funding of £40k, in order to facilitate the initial few work packages required for NHSbuntu’s next few steps.
NHSbuntu May 17, 2017
Jon Hoeksma interviewed us about NHSbuntu for Digital Health.
NHSbuntu May 10, 2017
Gijs Hillenius wrote about NHSbuntu for the Open Source Observatory.
NHSbuntu April 30, 2017
Views from the Frontline
NHSbuntu April 26, 2017
NHSbuntu March 27, 2017
Look. It’s time we talked about something. NHSland has a problem. A debt problem. A technical debt problem of immense proportions. We’re friends. We can talk about this. Openly. We want to help.
NHSbuntu January 31, 2017
Look back soon for our initial joint blog about why we set up NHSbuntu, what our hopes for it are, and how we’re going to make those things happen