Open Source Tool Helps Fight Measles
Dec 04, 2007, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by James Archibald)
"The Washington Post on Friday reported that global measles
fatalities had been reduced by two-thirds following stepped-up
vaccination campaigns since 2000.
"Furthermore, this phenomenal success had a helping hand from
open source software.
"Coverage of these measles vaccination campaigns has been
carried out using pocket computers running an open-source program,
EpiSurveyor, developed by a Washington-based nonprofit,
Saving Lives with Open Source(Oct 24, 2007)