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00:15:45 <r0bby> bwolfe: welcome back :)
00:15:46 <bwolfe> r0bby: can you at least do something v1.0 worthy that at least works and gets it into the hands of users ? :-)
00:15:48 <bwolfe> thanks
00:16:01 <r0bby> bwolfe: I'll see what I can bang out
00:16:09 <r0bby> no promises
00:16:23 <r0bby> I have an exam to prepare for right now though
00:17:47 <bwolfe> good times
00:18:01 <r0bby> oh yes
00:18:04 <r0bby> FUN!
00:18:23 <r0bby> Oh bwolfe I'm not gonna make it out there
00:19:04 <bwolfe> :-/
00:19:09 <Keelhaul> out where
00:19:13 <r0bby> to indy
00:19:22 <r0bby> it's gonna wind up costing me more than it's worth
00:19:41 <Keelhaul> why, where do you live
00:19:41 * r0bby has ZERO income
00:20:25 <r0bby> and the whole them paying to get me out there is like yeh that's gonna happen..
00:25:18 <Keelhaul> heh
00:25:31 <Keelhaul> bwolfe: you play soccer?
00:25:51 <bwolfe> indeed
00:26:15 <Keelhaul> heh nice
00:26:27 <Keelhaul> i thought people who like football are always like "ew soccer isnt a guy sport!"
00:27:05 <bwolfe> haha
00:27:16 <bwolfe> I've played soccer since I was probably 10
00:29:04 <bwolfe> do you play ?
00:29:22 <Keelhaul> nah heh
00:29:28 <Keelhaul> i watch it sometimes..
00:29:41 <Keelhaul> i've always been rather useless when it comes to ball games
00:39:07 <Keelhaul> bwolfe: do you have an idea why i hit many lazyinitexceptions when i'm logged in as a non-admin?
00:39:33 <Keelhaul> especially in my advices
00:39:38 <Keelhaul> http://rafb.net/p/jRmCQv82.html
00:39:49 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: but it doesn't happen when you're admin ??
00:39:54 <Keelhaul> no
00:40:09 <bwolfe> permissions issue ?
00:40:17 <bwolfe> is there anything further in your tomcat logs ?
00:40:40 <Keelhaul> nope
00:40:53 <Keelhaul> it says line 23 in my advice method
00:40:57 <Keelhaul> which is
00:40:58 <Keelhaul> if (Context.getAuthenticatedUser().getAttribute("Location-Restricted") != null
00:41:21 <bwolfe> or maybe some of it is being loaded by a controller because the admin has more privs ?
00:42:01 <Keelhaul> well prolly not that line
00:42:09 <Keelhaul> and the check should happen for every user
00:42:23 <Keelhaul> unless theres some hidden setting that makes admins bypass all advice
00:42:27 <Keelhaul> but that wouldnt make sense
00:43:46 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: no, advice doesn't work that way
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00:44:19 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: but, for example, the PortletController loads up all kinds of data based on privileges
00:44:36 <Keelhaul> yea
00:44:46 <Keelhaul> the page i'm on right now is encounter management
00:44:59 <Keelhaul> from what i see, it completely ignores the encounterservice advice
00:45:08 <Keelhaul> and throws an exception when entering the patientserviceadvice
00:45:20 <Keelhaul> so it displays the encounter but leaves the patient blank in the end
00:45:24 <Keelhaul> that's not what i had in mind lol
00:45:53 <Keelhaul> ah
00:46:15 <Keelhaul> remember how you told me to test whether extended services and handled by advices for base services
00:46:20 <Keelhaul> apparently they arent
00:46:26 <Keelhaul> and = are
00:47:27 <bwolfe> example Keelhaul ?
00:47:42 <Keelhaul> <advice>
00:47:42 <Keelhaul> <point>org.openmrs.api.EncounterService</point>
00:47:42 <Keelhaul> <class>org.openmrs.module.inpatientcare.advice.EncounterServiceAroundAdvice</class>
00:47:42 <Keelhaul> </advice>
00:48:31 <Keelhaul> that one doesnt intercept calls to EncounterService extends org.openmrs.EncounterService
00:48:34 <Keelhaul> it seems
00:49:17 <bwolfe> hhhhmm
00:49:44 <Keelhaul> lets see if i can use the same advice class for both
00:53:44 <Keelhaul> oh great, www doesnt work again
00:53:52 <Keelhaul> either my router or my isp have been worthless lately
00:54:04 <Keelhaul> no www = no compiling
00:54:14 <Keelhaul> unless i remove the dtd uri
00:58:24 <Keelhaul> ok the advice "works" now
00:58:32 <Keelhaul> as in fails with the same exception
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01:42:21 <r0bby> /soc/jo
01:42:22 <r0bby> er
02:03:42 <Keelhaul> bwolfe
02:03:42 <Keelhaul> User me = Context.getUserService().getUser(Context.getAuthenticatedUser().getUserId());
02:03:42 <Keelhaul> if (me.getAttribute("Location-Restricted") != null && me.getAttribute("Location-Restricted").getValue().equals("1")) {
02:03:56 <Keelhaul> i have to do this crap all the time now for non-admins =/
02:04:08 <Keelhaul> you sure nothing changed in hibernate recently besides nribeka's fix?
02:04:15 <Keelhaul> i'm using a pre-fix jar
02:04:48 <bwolfe> as opposed to just using the getAuthenticatedUser() object ?
02:05:05 <bwolfe> thats because that stored object isn't fetching the attributes
02:05:10 <bwolfe> so its trying to do a lazy load
02:05:21 <bwolfe> there might have been a change in the mappings that caused it
02:05:40 <Keelhaul> if you set it to lazy=false, will it still do the magic?
02:05:52 <bwolfe> perhaps
02:06:41 <bwolfe> I'm off. gnight
02:06:50 <Keelhaul> gn
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03:08:34 <Keelhaul> gn
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05:19:31 <jmiranda> hey isurundt
05:19:45 <jmiranda> sorry i missed you earlier
05:34:23 <Keelhaul> http://vimeo.com/3250732?pg=embed&sec=3250732
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06:26:21 <isurundt> hi jmiranda
06:27:31 <jmiranda> hey
06:28:20 <isurundt> had some problems regarding submitting patches...
06:29:21 <isurundt> finally was able to sort out them by myself
06:29:28 <isurundt> :)
06:41:28 <jmiranda> cool
06:41:32 <jmiranda> thanks for doing that
06:41:32 <isurundt> thanx for asking
06:44:20 <isurundt> btw, have you finalized your GSOC projects list.Im currently working on Encounter Type HIerachy project. Hope to do that as my GSOC project as well
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07:21:18 <jmiranda> isurundt, i don't think we've finalized the list, no
07:22:15 <jmiranda> we'll probably be ramping up on our coordination for GSoC once we get our application in at the end of this week (i think it's this week?)
09:41:01 <isurundt> jmiranda: ok .thanks
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13:05:45 <OpenMRSBot> Recent updates in the world of openmrs: OpenMRS Forum: Re: Is online demo working? <http://forum.openmrs.org/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=423#p1483>
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14:41:50 <OpenMRSBot> Recent updates in the world of openmrs: OpenMRS Tickets: Ticket #1323 (defect created): Edit this Patient gives error when changing the tribe <http://dev.openmrs.org/ticket/1323> || OpenMRS Forum: Re: Is online demo working? <http://forum.openmrs.org/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=423#p1484> || OpenMRS Tickets: Ticket #1322 (defect created): Found Similar People yields excessive results when adding a new person <http://dev.openmrs.org/ticket/1322>
15:07:59 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: I really like the new graphing widget
15:08:14 <Keelhaul> bwolfe: what widget
15:08:29 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: but fyi: I had to fix the coloring a little bit. ...and I added a darker red for absolute (error) values
15:08:41 <Keelhaul> oh
15:08:48 <Keelhaul> i had to play around with the colors a bit
15:09:05 <Keelhaul> because on my laptop where i wrote it, the colors looked completely different from normal lcd monitors
15:09:19 <Keelhaul> what was wrong with the coloring
15:09:19 <bwolfe> the colors were fine, you just had the ranges wrong a bit
15:09:26 <Keelhaul> really
15:09:29 <bwolfe> it was overlapping colors
15:09:30 <Keelhaul> tell me where
15:09:33 <Keelhaul> oh yea
15:09:35 <bwolfe> so normal was showing up pink
15:09:38 <Keelhaul> well yea, i knew that
15:09:41 <bwolfe> I changed it so normal was white
15:09:45 <bwolfe> critical was yellow
15:09:53 <bwolfe> and out of that was orange
15:09:56 <Keelhaul> but if you define the ranges properly in the concept, they shouldnt overlap
15:10:07 <bwolfe> right
15:10:22 <bwolfe> I had the ranges proper, but it was still a little off
15:11:03 <bwolfe> you had critical = new IntervalMarker(criticalLow, maxRange, COLOR_CRITICAL);
15:11:08 <bwolfe> I simply made it critical = new IntervalMarker(criticalHigh, maxRange, COLOR_CRITICAL);
15:11:23 <Keelhaul> hmm
15:11:37 <Keelhaul> no, you cant do that
15:11:49 <Keelhaul> look at HDL cholesterol for example
15:11:54 <Keelhaul> the critical range is on the bottom
15:13:12 <bwolfe> that doesn't make sense though
15:13:18 <bwolfe> because for weight/height/cd4, etc
15:15:43 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: this is what it looks like now: http://dev.openmrs.org/attachment/ticket/1319/patientGraphs.png
15:15:45 <OpenMRSBot> <http://ln-s.net/2z1D> (at dev.openmrs.org)
15:16:12 <Keelhaul> bwolfe: that's what happens if you have overlapping ranges in the concept
15:16:26 <Keelhaul> they only have 2 colors + white if you dont overlap
15:17:37 <bwolfe> my values for cd4 (totally made up): Absolute 50.0 1000.0, Critical 100.0 900.25, Normal 300.0 850.0
15:17:41 <bwolfe> is that what you mean by overlapping?
15:20:29 <Keelhaul> yea
15:20:50 <Keelhaul> critical_low should be above normal_hi in that case
15:22:08 <Keelhaul> http://keelhaul.homeip.net/misc/hdl.png
15:22:10 <Keelhaul> check this out
15:22:16 <Keelhaul> this should still be possible with the same servlet
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15:23:55 <bwolfe> agreed
15:24:06 <bwolfe> and it still seems to work fine with trunk
15:24:30 <Keelhaul> what you need is a few mroe checks
15:24:53 <Keelhaul> either that, or the people should only define one range limit for each
15:25:02 <Keelhaul> e.g. only critical_low if the critical area is on top
15:25:39 <Keelhaul> if cricital_hi (= absolute_hi in this case) it also defined, it will assume that the critical area lies at the bottom
15:25:41 <Keelhaul> and overlap
15:25:48 <bwolfe> I don't think you need that
15:25:59 <bwolfe> if critical area is only on top, only define a cricital high :-)
15:26:10 <bwolfe> (and don't define a normal low)
15:27:15 <bwolfe> looking at your screenshot again: normal low > critical high. why ?
15:27:17 <Keelhaul> you dont need a critical high if it's on top
15:27:41 <Keelhaul> bwolfe: becuase HDL cholesterol is "good"
15:27:43 <Keelhaul> more is better
15:28:32 <bwolfe> absolute == "there should never be values beyond this" critcal == "there might be a problem if values are above/below this" normal == "most people are in this range"
15:28:39 <bwolfe> is that how you're seeing those ranges ?
15:28:48 <Keelhaul> yes
15:28:58 <Keelhaul> and yellow is the area between normal and critical
15:29:27 <bwolfe> correct
15:29:54 <Keelhaul> so if your critical area is above normal, you only need to define a critical_low
15:30:08 <Keelhaul> because critical high is the absolute high in this case
15:30:32 <Keelhaul> those checks are a bit dumb, they assume if critical_high is defined, then the critical area must lie at the bottom
15:31:09 <Keelhaul> so either you have to only define the relevant limits in your concept (e.g. only critical low) or add more checks to the servlet
15:31:32 <Keelhaul> e.g. if the user has both critical low and high defined, check where the normal area lies
15:32:47 <Keelhaul> and oh yea, i see now, i made it so it colors everything thats out of normal yellow
15:32:59 <Keelhaul> and the draws red over the areas where critical is defined, if it is
15:33:08 <Keelhaul> then*
15:33:32 <Keelhaul> otherwise you'd need many more checks
15:33:42 <Keelhaul> that's why it'S orange
15:40:18 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: if critical is above normal, you only need a critical HIGH, because its above
15:40:48 <bwolfe> you should always have absolute low < critical low < normal low < normal high < critical high < absolute high
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15:42:12 <Keelhaul|afk> dammit
15:42:17 <OpenMRSBot> Recent updates in the world of openmrs: OpenMRS Tickets: Ticket #1319 (enhancement closed): Improve observation graph servlet <http://dev.openmrs.org/ticket/1319#comment:1> || OpenMRS Changesets: Changeset [7078]: A much improved patient graph servlet (used on patient dashboard). This … <http://dev.openmrs.org/changeset/7078>
15:42:22 <Keelhaul|afk> my router tends to block www connections lately from time to time
15:42:30 <Keelhaul|afk> bwolfe: check this out
15:42:32 <Keelhaul|afk> http://rafb.net/p/PzDxjj20.html
15:42:58 <Keelhaul|afk> with these extra checks it should know whether the critical area is on top or on bottom
15:43:09 <Keelhaul|afk> so if the user defines both limits for critical, it wont make everything red
15:43:13 <bwolfe> <bwolfe> Keelhaul: if critical is above normal, you only need a critical HIGH, because its above
15:43:13 <bwolfe> <bwolfe> you should always have absolute low < critical low < normal low < normal high < critical high < absolute high
15:43:39 <Keelhaul|afk> bwolfe: no
15:43:46 <Keelhaul|afk> because between critical and normal there is also yellow
15:43:52 <bwolfe> right
15:43:56 <bwolfe> that is allowed
15:43:58 <Keelhaul|afk> if something is out of normal range, its not automatically critical
15:43:59 <bwolfe> and is in there now
15:44:01 <Keelhaul|afk> theres a buffer
15:44:12 <bwolfe> totally agreed
15:44:17 <Keelhaul|afk> and you need a critical LOW if critical is above normal
15:44:19 <Keelhaul|afk> not high
15:44:36 <bwolfe> nope, because low is lower :-)
15:44:37 <Keelhaul|afk> critical high is usually absolute high in that case
15:44:52 <Keelhaul|afk> yes but you dont need to know where critical ends (= critical high)
15:44:55 <Keelhaul|afk> you need to know where it sstarts
15:45:06 <bwolfe> it starts at critical high
15:45:25 <Keelhaul|afk> it ends there
15:45:26 <bwolfe> and between normal high and critical high you have abnormal high (yellow0
15:45:41 <Keelhaul|afk> critical high is the top end of critical
15:45:43 <Keelhaul|afk> not bottom
15:46:13 <bwolfe> no, critical goes until absolute
15:46:26 <bwolfe> because obviously you're critical until its not possible anymore
15:46:32 <Keelhaul|afk> yes
15:46:41 <Keelhaul|afk> and that makes critical high == absolute high
15:46:48 <Keelhaul|afk> you dont need to worry about that value
15:47:08 <Keelhaul|afk> but you need to know where the red area starts above the normal
15:47:25 <Keelhaul|afk> that's defined in critical low
15:51:02 <Keelhaul|afk> brb
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15:54:21 <bwolfe> Echidna / Keelhaul / Keelhaul|afk : http://dev.openmrs.org/attachment/ticket/1319/patientGraphs2.png
15:54:23 <OpenMRSBot> <http://ln-s.net/2z1r> (at dev.openmrs.org)
15:54:45 <bwolfe> normally you'll only see orange and yellow
15:55:04 <bwolfe> if you don't want the orange + yellow at the bottom, don't put values in for any lows
15:55:11 <bwolfe> (except absolute low)
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15:55:33 <Keelhaul2> bwolfe: http://keelhaul.homeip.net/misc/graph.png
15:56:42 <bwolfe> Keelhaul2: you get the same effect if you use the proper range values of critical low == null/0, critical high == 10, absolute high = 30
15:57:18 <Keelhaul2> bwolfe: then the critical range will be at the bottom
15:57:31 <bwolfe> there are two critical ranges
15:57:54 <Keelhaul2> rly
15:58:14 <Keelhaul2> i thought it's one with two limits
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15:58:25 <bwolfe> heh
15:58:32 <bwolfe> you're all over the place :-p
15:58:44 <Keelhaul> yea, this network takes ages to timeout
15:58:47 <bwolfe> you're a quarter of the people in here right now :-)
15:58:52 <Keelhaul> not manymore
15:58:59 <Keelhaul> oh yea
15:59:01 <Keelhaul> i still am
15:59:04 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: did you know you can kill off your own nicknames ?
15:59:09 <Keelhaul> not on freenode
15:59:14 <Keelhaul> dunno how
15:59:19 <bwolfe> yeah, register the nickname with a password
15:59:32 <bwolfe> then do /ghost nickname password after you get disconnected at some point
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16:00:13 <Keelhaul> ah ok /ghost
16:00:22 <Keelhaul> the syntax seems to vary on different networks
16:00:28 <bwolfe> thats unfortunate
16:01:05 <bwolfe> there are 7 possible places a value can be:
16:01:16 <bwolfe> 1) below absolute low (shouldn't happen)
16:01:22 <Keelhaul> that's how it works on gamesurge
16:01:24 <bwolfe> 2) above absolute high (shouldn't happen)
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16:01:38 <bwolfe> 3) normal: between normal low and normal high
16:01:39 <Keelhaul> /msg authserv@services.gamesurge.net ghost Keelhaul
16:02:07 <bwolfe> 4) critical low : between absolute low and critical low
16:02:20 <bwolfe> 5) abnormal low: between critical low and normal low
16:02:23 <Keelhaul> ic
16:02:32 <Keelhaul> maybe you should list the boxes for critical separately then
16:02:32 <bwolfe> 6) abnormal high : between normal high and critical high
16:02:44 <bwolfe> 7) critical high : between crticial high and absolute high
16:03:11 <Keelhaul> because the boxes for critical low and critical high are laid out the same way as normal low/high
16:03:20 <Keelhaul> so you might think it's the same range
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16:03:51 <bwolfe> or maybe it should just be 6 rows instead of 3 rows by 3 columns
16:04:47 <Keelhaul> you should somehow understand the meaning based on the layout
16:05:04 <bwolfe> right, and I agree that its confusing as it is
16:05:04 <Keelhaul> i'm the perfect example of how the critical boxes can be misinterpreted =P
16:05:09 <bwolfe> :-)
16:05:22 <bwolfe> you even had me questioning it at one point
16:05:26 <Keelhaul> http://rafb.net/p/Qm10sm34.html
16:05:35 <Keelhaul> this is the proper code then
16:06:05 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: yep, and I think that might be what I changed it to
16:09:13 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: I would welcome a patch that shifts around the concept editor for that :-)
16:09:24 <Keelhaul> lol
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16:13:11 <isurundt> ben: its nice to see you there. :) i need to have some clarifications in the encounterserviceimpl and encounterdao classes..
16:14:33 <bwolfe> isurundt: ok
16:14:44 <bwolfe> isurundt: what needs clarifying ?
16:14:51 <isurundt> when retiring the particular encounter type, I think that i should retire the child encounter types of that as well. am i correct??
16:17:15 <Keelhaul> can the types have only one parent?
16:18:07 <bwolfe> isurundt: the user should say whether they want it to cascade. I don't think we want to do that in all situations
16:18:16 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: yes, that is how he is designing it
16:18:25 <Keelhaul> well
16:18:34 <Keelhaul> if the types cant be accessed when the parents are retured
16:18:37 <Keelhaul> maybe yes
16:18:44 <isurundt> think that is logical
16:20:21 <Keelhaul> hmm
16:20:31 <Keelhaul> are encounter types anything more than tags atm?
16:21:07 <bwolfe> thats just about all they do Keelhaul, yes
16:21:28 <bwolfe> they mark an encounter as a certain "type" so encounters can be grouped / reviewed easier
16:22:05 <isurundt> yes. that is the advantage of grouping them hierachically as i understood
16:24:20 <isurundt> ben: also i had a look at how location hierachy has been implemented as you mentioned. In the case of encounter type hierachy it may not be much complex as the locaion hierachy right?
16:24:43 <bwolfe> right
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16:24:57 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: added location tags at the same time
16:25:20 <bwolfe> isurundt, you will only add patrent type
16:25:42 <isurundt> yes.
16:28:54 <isurundt> ben: in the presetation(web) what you have suggested is to list all the encounter types in the manage encounter types page rather then putting a link to view the child encounte type of a particular encounter type. In this case i should add another column to list the parent encounter type of a particular encounter type. isn't it?
16:31:45 <bwolfe> isurundt: hmm
16:31:57 <bwolfe> isurundt: I think I read your comment wrong before
16:32:30 <bwolfe> isurundt: perhaps the Manage Encounter Types page should list all of them...but the child encounter types should be listed underneath the parent ones...only tabbed over a small bit
16:33:03 <bwolfe> isurundt: the Manage Encounter Type page should list all child encounter types for that parent. and it should allow the user to choose/change the parent type
16:33:08 <bwolfe> does that make sense ?
16:33:33 <Keelhaul> dynamic would be nice, like via ajax
16:33:43 <Keelhaul> i wish i knew ajax =/
16:33:47 <isurundt> yes. i think that would be much user frendly.
16:33:51 <Keelhaul> that would help me select locations better
16:34:00 <isurundt> :)
16:34:30 <isurundt> keelhaul: think i can do that. :)
16:34:34 <Keelhaul> bwolfe: why did you change my parent_location_id col to parent_location
16:34:46 <Keelhaul> it's not consistent with the usual keying
16:37:34 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: I think we've used both
16:38:14 <bwolfe> isurundt: ajax isn't need as a first pass. just a normal listing with some spacing changes is all that is needed
16:38:20 <bwolfe> we can make it fancier later on
16:38:33 <bwolfe> encounter.encounter_type
16:38:37 <bwolfe> obs.obs_group_id
16:38:46 <isurundt> ben:ok
16:39:06 <Keelhaul> you can list the parent type in bold or sometihng
16:39:10 <Keelhaul> and reduce the child font size
16:39:11 <Keelhaul> etc
16:39:37 <Keelhaul> isurundt: hf figuring out the webapp, it's not documented at all =P
16:40:20 <bwolfe> Keelhaul: yeah, sorry about that
16:40:31 <bwolfe> its, um, intuitive ;-)
16:40:35 <Keelhaul> lol
16:40:45 <Keelhaul> bwolfe: i guess it's no problem if you've used springbefore
16:40:47 <Keelhaul> but i hadnt
16:40:48 <isurundt> :)
16:40:50 <Keelhaul> so it took a while
16:44:11 <OpenMRSBot> Recent updates in the world of openmrs: OpenMRS Changesets: Changeset [7079]: exceldataimport: Added functionality for importing lab results. <http://dev.openmrs.org/changeset/7079>
16:45:00 <bwolfe> nribeka: any progress on that hibernate bug ? :-)
16:53:04 <isurundt> ben: think i clarified almost all of the doubts had regarding the implementation. Hope to give a patch for "EncounterDAO", "HibernateEncounterDAO", "EncounterService" and "EncounterServiceImpl" soon. :)
16:54:47 <bwolfe> great
16:54:52 <bwolfe> looking forward to it :-)
16:55:02 <isurundt> ben: any other suggestions ?
16:55:36 <bwolfe> perhaps
16:55:40 <bwolfe> but none that I can think of
16:55:41 <isurundt> which you think that will be important.
16:56:21 <isurundt> ok then.i will give a patch soon. thanks a lot.
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17:04:20 <nribeka> hi bwolfe :)
17:04:31 <nribeka> just got back from foraging some food lol
17:04:42 <nribeka> still searching around :P
17:04:48 <nribeka> for the hibernate
17:05:09 <nribeka> for the password, will code that one first. seems simpler and easier to do :P
17:13:51 <Keelhaul> bbl
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17:15:27 <OpenMRSBot> Recent updates in the world of openmrs: OpenMRS Tickets: Ticket #1324 (defect created): Cohort Builder Returns Incomplete Results <http://dev.openmrs.org/ticket/1324>
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18:18:21 <OpenMRSBot> Recent updates in the world of openmrs: OpenMRS Changesets: Changeset [7080]: openmrs-logic:Merging trunk into branch [6968]:[7078] <http://dev.openmrs.org/changeset/7080>
18:25:34 <bwolfe> basic`: hows that dev2 upgrade going ? :-p
18:40:32 <flyankur> hey bwolfe
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18:42:49 <flyankur> I have a query related the projects listeted google summer of code project !
18:43:03 <bwolfe_> sure
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18:45:56 <flyankur> first . I added the logo of summer of code logo on the wiki page . Is it fine
18:46:06 <bwolfe> !gsoc
18:46:06 <OpenMRSBot> bwolfe: Error: "gsoc" is not a valid command.
18:46:09 <bwolfe> !soc
18:46:09 <OpenMRSBot> bwolfe: "soc" --- http://code.google.com/soc
18:46:17 <bwolfe> !gsoc2008
18:46:17 <OpenMRSBot> bwolfe: Error: "gsoc2008" is not a valid command.
18:46:48 <bwolfe> !learn gsoc2009 as http://openmrs.org/wiki/Summer_Of_Code_2009
18:46:48 <OpenMRSBot> bwolfe: The operation succeeded.
18:46:56 <bwolfe> !gsoc2009
18:46:56 <OpenMRSBot> bwolfe: "gsoc2009" --- http://openmrs.org/wiki/Summer_Of_Code_2009
18:47:08 <bwolfe> well done
18:47:15 <flyankur> And i was going through openmrs code and the projects .i want to apply for a project
18:48:14 <flyankur> I have intrest in 3 projects , as they are very near to my working domain ! But i would like your advice , as which one is important for openmrs , as in priority .
18:48:36 <flyankur> 1. WYSIWYG Form Designer for Html Form Entry Module
18:48:50 <flyankur> 2.Ldap module
18:49:44 <flyankur> 3.New OpenMRS Website Template
18:50:20 <bwolfe> flyankur: that would actually be the "importance" ranking order :-)
18:50:50 <bwolfe> flyankur: these are SOC type of projects (~2 months in length for a new developer)
18:51:09 <bwolfe> flyankur: I would suggest you work on a "introductory ticket" here before soc starts
18:51:20 <bwolfe> those are meant to be < 1 week for a new developer
18:51:43 <bwolfe> that would prove your abilities with openmrs and make you a better gsoc candidate
18:52:00 <bwolfe> (remember, we're not sure we're goign to be in gsoc yet...applications are still being submitted!)
18:52:39 <bwolfe> !introtickets
18:52:39 <OpenMRSBot> bwolfe: Error: "introtickets" is not a valid command.
18:52:45 <bwolfe> !gettingstarted
18:52:45 <OpenMRSBot> bwolfe: "gettingstarted" --- You might want to look at !overview, !techtalk, and !projects
18:52:50 <bwolfe> !gettingstartedtickets
18:52:50 <OpenMRSBot> bwolfe: Error: "gettingstartedtickets" is not a valid command.
18:53:07 <flyankur> !trivialtickets
18:53:07 <OpenMRSBot> flyankur: Error: "trivialtickets" is not a valid command.
18:53:14 <bwolfe> !learn introtickets as http://dev.openmrs.org/report/20
18:53:14 <OpenMRSBot> bwolfe: The operation succeeded.
18:53:34 <bwolfe> !learn gettingstartedtickets as http://dev.openmrs.org/report/16
18:53:34 <OpenMRSBot> bwolfe: The operation succeeded.
18:53:51 <bwolfe> !learn trivialtickets as http://dev.openmrs.org/report/16
18:53:51 <OpenMRSBot> bwolfe: The operation succeeded.
18:53:53 <bwolfe> there :-)
19:20:26 <OpenMRSBot> Recent updates in the world of openmrs: OpenMRS Tickets: Ticket #1305 (defect closed): Manage Obs page should not show Void This Obs button if the obs has not been created yet <http://dev.openmrs.org/ticket/1305#comment:1> || OpenMRS Tickets: Ticket #1304 (task closed): Unvoid obs button on Manage Obs page is in the wrong place <http://dev.openmrs.org/ticket/1304#comment:3> || OpenMRS Changesets: Changeset [7081]: Fixing #1304 (Unvoid obs button on Manage Obs page is in the wrong place) … <http://dev.openmrs.org/changeset/7081>
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20:49:24 <basic`> bwolfe: well it's taken me a little longer than expected.. forgot about the theme issue and i haven't even gotten there yet, our trac 11 rpm was out of date so i needed to get that updated first... and then i realized that i can't test 0.10/0.11 on the same vm, so im in the process of getting our centos testvm to mirror the openmrs vm for testing 0.11
20:49:55 <bwolfe> :-/
20:50:05 <bwolfe> so much for your grand claims of a push button update! :-p
20:50:25 <bwolfe> I understand you want to do it right and make it easier for the next one though
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21:42:42 * r0bby put himself out there as a potential mentor
21:43:35 <Keelhaul> r0bby puts out =o
21:46:19 <r0bby> that sounded wrong didn't it?
21:46:46 <Keelhaul> =P
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22:00:43 <OpenMRSBot> Recent updates in the world of openmrs: OpenMRS Changesets: Changeset [7082]: eclipse tools: switching between the tabs of the config.xml editor always … <http://dev.openmrs.org/changeset/7082>
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22:32:38 <OpenMRSBot> Recent updates in the world of openmrs: OpenMRS Tickets: Ticket #1325 (task created): Prepare the DevStudio 0.3.2 release <http://dev.openmrs.org/ticket/1325> || OpenMRS Tickets: Ticket #1230 (task closed): Release the new version of the behavior test plugin on the update site. <http://dev.openmrs.org/ticket/1230> || OpenMRS Tickets: Ticket #1180 (defect closed): Servlets page in config.xml editor does not react properly on Undo <http://dev.openmrs.org/ticket/1180> || OpenMRS Changesets: Changeset [7083]: eclipse tools: Servlets page in config.xml editor does not react properly … <http://dev.openmrs.org/changeset/7083> || OpenMRS Tickets: Ticket #1181 (defect closed): Switching between the tabs of the config.xml editor always asks to save <http://dev.openmrs.org/ticket/1181>
23:04:40 <OpenMRSBot> Recent updates in the world of openmrs: OpenMRS Changesets: Changeset [7084]: eclipse tools: fix version numbers in features - #1325 <http://dev.openmrs.org/changeset/7084>
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23:36:42 <OpenMRSBot> Recent updates in the world of openmrs: OpenMRS Changesets: Changeset [7085]: eclipse tools: UI glitch in the config.xml editor's text fields - #1326 <http://dev.openmrs.org/changeset/7085> || OpenMRS Tickets: Ticket #1326 (defect created): UI glitch in the config.xml editor's text fields <http://dev.openmrs.org/ticket/1326>
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