GNU Gluco Control is free and open-source software inteneded for (mainly) type 1 diabetics....

I started working on this software in 2005 (I am not creator of projects), and it's been a long way to first release with a lot of changes to make it more user friendly and feature rich...

We had one succesful public release in September 2008 and next one is on the way...

I will try to add more blog posts here (this is my first blog ever, so have a little patience)...


P.S.: I forgot to put down a link, how clumsy of me. Here it is:

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Comment by Iphigenia von Moock on April 15, 2009 at 9:53pm
Thanks for joining my group. Where can I find more about your software program ; that sounds very interesting. What features does it have ?
Comment by AndyRozman on April 15, 2009 at 11:09pm
Hi Hayaa !
Go to, you will find everything there, after you have seen it, let me know, if you have any more detailed questions...
Comment by AndyRozman on April 15, 2009 at 11:12pm
Oh yes. We had two new versions out. 0.4 is working much more eficiently and since we are also working further there was update release 0.4.3, with some features fixed (mainly printing and pump tool).


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