“Eric Raymond states in the Cathedral and the Bazaar: “When you lose interest in a program, your last duty to it is to hand it off to a competent successor. Well I haven’t lost interest but due to pressing personal family issues, it is time to pass the project on to a competent successor.”
Details of Pettiaux’s considerable involvement in open source software follows.
It is therefore with great pleasure that I can officially announce that Mr. Nicolas Pettiaux has agreed to take over the leadership of the Littlefish Health Project. His email
Nicolas has solid open source credentials including:
Vice-presidency of the French speaking AFUL (www.aful.org), French speaking association of open source and Linux users. Organizer of Open source conferences with Eric Raymond – http://conf.linuxbe.org, A representative of Eurolinux, to lobby politicians, journalists and fellow citizen about the risk of software patents and promote the use of open source in government http://petition.eurolinux.org) Promoter of the use of open source softwares in public schools in
yet documented in any site)…
Actively lobbies the EU to adopt fund open source
As assitant at the Free University of Brussels Fauclty of
has worked in signal analysis (ECG, ballistocardiography,
health image processing and 3D reconstruction.
Nicolas has a PhD in theoretical physics and a complementary
Finally, Nicolas’s wife is a cardiologist that has much interest
in using a
software like Littlefish. He is also the happy father of 2
and Lucie (4).
Under Nicolas’s leadership , the links that Littlefish has
Electronic Health Record and members of the Open Source
Health Care Alliance, I am reassured that
will continue to grow and become available for health services
improve the health of the global community.
The Littlefish Trademark will ensure that the project will always
open source and Pangaea & Microshare will continue to provide the
sponsor The Littlefish Health Project.