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Last Post 11 Jan 2013 10:21 AM by Archibald A. 9 Replies.
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Clinton CUser is Offline
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07 Jun 2011 04:45 PM  

 Please see the Developer's Portal for details.

Francesco DUser is Offline
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29 Nov 2012 02:36 PM  

I am trying to access the source code, however I am unable to login to the developer's portal using the account created on the website and I do not see a way to create an account for the developer's portal.

I tried to follow the links on the website:

http://www.clearcanvas.ca/dnn/Products/CommunityEdition/tabid/320/Default.aspx

However, it brings me to the same trac page.

I think I found a snapshot of the code on github located here:

https://github.com/OpenRadStack/Xian/tree/svnBeforeMigration

However I can't access the current source code. Any help would be appreciated.

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29 Nov 2012 07:52 PM  
I'm also having the same problem accessing the source code on Mercurial, it's now asking for a userid/password. Same for the developer's portal link above, which used to be public. Is there a policy change? Please advice.

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Archibald AUser is Offline
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30 Nov 2012 11:42 PM  
You can find an unofficial, nightly mirror here:

https://github.com/OpenRadStack

Xian and XianRefs are the relevant projects.

The last commit from Mercurial dates from about three days ago.

If you can't access the source, my guess is that the inevitable has happened.....
Aaron BUser is Offline
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01 Dec 2012 06:25 PM  
Yeah, I can confirm that the mercurial repo is now closed; it is asking for a user name / password.
That is truly a shame.
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01 Dec 2012 10:02 PM  

Hi everyone,

Just dropping a note to let you know, we've taken the mercurial repository offline for the time being. We're in the process of moving the code over to github. This process will hopefully be completed in a short while.

Clinton

 

Hakan GUser is Offline
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02 Dec 2012 07:22 AM  

Hello Clinton and All,


First of all I would like to say that all you guys at ClearCanvas did a fantastic job. This is a great product. 5 months ago I came across a request for a cloud pacs. And after some research I found ClearCanvas.

After some long analysis and development I have managed to convert the system into cloud which Works of a single website (http://www.pinmoto.com). The system works like this.

1-) You sign up and create a pacs cloud (dicom server) for your organization (Clinic) .

2-) The organization can create their own users and groups. (I developed my own user management modules)

3-) Referal physicians and others can view images.

4-) Evrey organization pays a monthly fee for each study.

That's about it. I spent long hours on the cloud part , redesigning the structure. The advantages the system brings is that the organization (Clinic) gets up and running in a short time without no initial hardware, software and network costs. You pay as you go. And the system also gives a low cost method for sharing and viewing dicom studies securely from anywhere.

Here is a demo account you guys can try out
http://www.pinmoto.com
UserName: demouser
Password: 123456

I have also designed an Iaas service which I added to PlusClouds store
https://www.plusclouds.com/store/detail/pinmoto-cloud-imageserver

You buy the Image of the server and it sets up in 4 minutes. In return you get a fully working Pacs Server with a User Management system.

The Project has exceeded me and I don’t have the time and resources to continue. We have tested it with a few clinics and evreything went fine. But the concept is really new to Turkey, and its hard to convince people. I don’t want the project to go to waste, so I’m looking for other developers, investors, buyers etc. to continue the Project.

If anyone is intrested, please let me know.

And also please give me feedback on what you think about this system.

Thanks


Hakan Gultekin
iamhakan@yahoo.com

Chris HafeyUser is Offline
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03 Dec 2012 11:09 AM  

 Three Cheers for github!

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10 Jan 2013 01:17 PM  
Hi everyone,

Can anyone comment on how to get the source code from Mercurial? The developer portal asks for pwd and obviously the svn link given in the guide does not work.
Thanks
Archibald AUser is Offline
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11 Jan 2013 10:21 AM  
Nestor,

The official repo has been offline for over a month. Not sure what the dealio is here.
You can find an unofficial mirror of the old repo here:

https://github.com/OpenRadStack/Xian

This is up to date up until the day they took mercurial offline. Plus, it has a branch from the previous SVN repo.

Archibald
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