GNUmed 0.2.5 released

GNUmed version 0.2.5 has been polished and released !
For the impatient: Go grab your copy at
Next to bug fixes and code cleanup this release has a nice selection of new features as well …

We need testers. Let us know if it works for you.
The GNUmed team worked hard to release yet another stable version.
As features are being added more and more success stories of happy users reach us.
For this release GNotary support on backup, improved phrasewheel code, handling of the original filename in the document archive, visual indication of patient birthday, initial KVK (German health insurance card) handling, connection pooling (massive speedup over slow network links), a generalized hooks framework and smart allergies handling has been added.

Localization files were added and updated.

All features have been documented over at

Packages are available for Debian unstable, Ubuntu Feisty, MS Windows and any other GNU/Linux using the archives (tgz).

The latest not yet released GNUmed code has been successfully tested on Mac OSX. One of the next releases will include support for that OS.

Have fun and please report bugs and success stories. To stay in touch just head over to every once in a while.

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