@tblock79 thanks for the clarification, please edit the installation instructions to reflect this.
Changed it in the docs. Will be online after the next push of the documentation. However, as stated, the installation instructions have not been updated yet. So they won't work out of the box. Hope we will find time for this soon
Hi! First of all, congratulations for this amazing job, this new version based on containers looks very promising! As far as I can see there's two dispatchers at this moment (DICOM node, and SFTP). What's your recommendation to extend them? What's your vision regarding the extensibility? For instance I would be interested in adding a Dispatcher for sending images to a XNAT instance. Thanks!
Thanks, Roger! We are still working on completing some things, and we still need to work on better installation scripts & documentation, but we are getting there. Sure, we could think about extending the dispatcher to support more targets. I would have thought that you can send images into XNAT over DICOM (as described here: https://wiki.xnat.org/documentation/xnat-administration/connecting-xnat-to-dicom-scanners-and-pacs) Would this work or is there a reason why you need a separate target type for XNAT?
Hello, thanks for the amazing job!
Is it possible to have acces to the Docker image of mercure 0.2?
We are still working on completing a few things, but should have a release soon. For now, you could check out the repository on Linux and run the install script in the main folder (install.sh). If you call it with "./install.sh systemd" it will perform a systemd-based installation, if you call it with "./install.sh docker" it will perform a docker-based installation and also build the docker containers (you can also do that manually by calling ./build-docker.sh)