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In a blog post* considering options for a group of small pharma laboratories finding LIMS unaffordable, the author concludes that they should collaborate on requirements gathering and system evaluation, and then try for a group deal from their selected vendor.
Too much of a proposal, my FOSS recommendation was not published. Paraphrased. Lemoene, 10 Feb 2017
The Belchertown Piper
Recent misleading How-is-Open-Source-possibly-Free Csol blog post invites discussion but do not publish any. There are not many good independent lab blogs covering day to day lab subjects sans overt marketing, and hardly any on lab automation. Lemoene, 15 November 2016
Back from a post Ebola systems building activities, I could not miss the FOSS resonance in Liberia's coat of arms?
The Love of Liberty brought us here!
Lemoene, 1 November 2016
Related to jungle bush quail and rock partridge, spurfowl were long mistook to be a peasant subfamily. Reclassified Pterinistis, they restrict themselves to Africa, thrive, and near all prevail safe on threatened species lists. Capensis is endemic to the South Western Cape, Mzansi. Lemoene, 10 December 2016
Quite amazing. Please contribute.
A team of coders in Vietnam, led by Huy Doan, in association with the OpenElis community and sponsored by APHL, put out a first version of their Open Source Instrument Interface server, OpenLabConnect, for evaluation. Lemoene, 19 July 2016
Re CSol blog post, 'Free LIMS an Oxymoron'. Uninformed, and very old misconception, but one we struggle with every day as users 'mistake themselves for paying clients'. Lemoene, 19 July 2016
Pick of from the Bika boards, thanks Jean, Reddit. Lemoene, 15 February 2016