|Subject:||[Health-dev] Questions, comments and possible bugs|
|Date:||Wed, 12 May 2021 14:06:59 +0200|
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Dear developers of GNU Health,
I'm working on an automatic deployment of GNU Health, Orthanc and a working station with ansible for my master thesis.
I've gathered some questions and comments, I hope it's not too much...
- On Ubuntu I already had both the gnuhealth.service just like in the installation instructions and the gnuhealth-fhir-server from PyPI running on the same time - both as gnuhealth user without venv or something, tested several times on clean systems. Yesterday I run into exactly this problem http://savannah.gnu.org/task/?15561
After running the gnuhealth_setup installation again, werkzeug is version 0.16.1. After pip3 install fhir-rest-server it's 2.0.0 and gnuhealth.service fails by "No module named werkzeug.contrib" but downgrading leads to cannot import name ‘ContextVar’ from werkzeug.local for fhir-server
Maybe it's related to the Flask 2.0.0 release yesterday? https://pypi.org/project/Flask/
I will try to find a workaround using venv for fhir or hopefully
I'm overseeing something
- Is the health_orthanc module missing under openSUSE?
- In the gnuhealth-client adding an Orthanc server, the password is visible
- At PyPI I found crypto_plugin 3.8.0. but I don't find it here https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/health/plugins/ Will this be updated or is it replaced by pip installation?
- Is it possible to choose inside GNU Health which gpg key is used? (I know I can modify ~/.gnupg/gpg.conf but that's system wide gpg)
- This one is not only technical: For gender there is only male and female. I think it would be nice to extend this. For example in Germany there is "divers" as third official gender since 2018, other countries have even more possible entries. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third_gender
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