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Fedora Medical Special Interest Group (SIG) is to enable a medical practice, the research, life sciences, bioinformatics and imaging into Fedora, and democratize the technologies for everyone. We prepares the packages associated with them.

Join Fedora Medical SIG and Contribute

Communication tools

  • Mailing list: Go to the mailing list page, and subscribe. Mailing list address: .
  • IRC: #fedora-medical at freenode.
  • Issue tracker and file management: The issue data was migrated from the old tracker Trac to the Pagure fedora-medical. If you want to open an existing package specific issue, you can use Bugzilla.

Please contact us on if you need some helps. Subscribing the mailing list is encouraged.

Interested People (Please add yourself)

Susmit Shannigrahi
Luis Ibanez Efstathios Iosifidis
Ben Lambrechts Mary-Anne Wolf
Sebastian Hilbert Yumas Hankouri
Mario Ceresa Jérôme Velut
Morgan Hough Harsh Verma
Marcus Lines Zoltan Hoppar
Daniel VanStone Gareth John
Theodore Papadopoulo Mary-Anne Wolf
Praveen Kumar Robert Beatty
Leon Keijser James Regis
Kalpa Pathum Welivitigoda Prabin Kumar Datta
Tom Wroblewski Arnaud Gelas
David Deutschmann Arnold Laurinaria
Michel Alexandre Salim Siddharth Waikar
Sébastien Jodogne Simon Slater
Marcel Ribeiro Dantas Michael Osburn
Jun Aruga Antonio Trande
Ali Erdinc Koroglu


Tasks - Fedora medical packages by category

Category Description Koschei group
All All the package managed by Medical SIG. medical-sig
Biology Bioinformatics, Computing biology, Genomics biology

When creating a new category, please consider the name with Debian Med team's tasks.

If you are interested in neuroscience (or neurobiology), NeuroFedora SIG (Koschei group) is the place.

If you are interested in science, SciTech SIG (Koschei group) is the place.


Some of the medical packages are available on Copr.

Fedora Packaging Guidelines for Medical

Main article: Fedora Packaging Guidelines for Medical


Main article: Medical/COVID-19

As many people are interested in the topic now, we created the page for people who want to contribute to the open source projects or do RPM packaging.


Main article: Medical/Memo

Some rarely used, experimental or deprecated sections are managed at the Medical SIG's memo page.