2 Octover (sic) 2008
- Justin Miranda
- Ben Wolfe
- Brian McKown
- Mike Seaton
- Hamish Fraser
- Burke Mamlin
- Nyoman Ribeka
- Dave Thomas
- Progress on the new Trac site.
- Set a date for the logic-a-thon.
- Hamish asked Brian his opinion on how many people it takes to support OpenMRS on one site.
- Does it require a Java programmer on site for every OpenMRS instance?
- Goal is that a stable release will work properly and would not require a programmer to fix.
- Consensus is that it is entirely possible to run OpenMRS without a programmer, but it requires a technical person.
- This person could support several sites.
- Requires knowledge of Apache Tomcat and be able to run MySQL scripts.
- MDR-TB will have direct physician entry whereas the rest of PIH implementations use forms.
- AMRS in Kenya uses forms to enter encounters.
- Easier to manage one central site as in Eldoret, Kenya than to manage several separate sites such as in Rwanda.
- Requires programmers on site to roll out new features such as Sync branch.
- Justin gave update on future dev.openmrs.org site.
- Need an environment (host) that can be easily/quickly reached for support.
- "Hitting a wall" with svn authentication.
- The potential dev.openmrs.org host doesn't provide a 'home' directory, which is useful if not necessary.
- Subversion up and working via http within the next 48 hours or one week.
- Justin will start e-mail conversation and copy Burke on it.
- Waiting to contact Darius (currently in Cambodia) in order to set date for logic-a-thon.
- Burke will send out a half-made e-mail about logic-a-thon.
- Will need to take place in Indianapolis.
- Maybe the day after AMIA Symposium?
- OpenMRS 1.3.2 release
- Couple more changes.
- Should happen next week.
- concept-name branch to be merged this week to trunk.