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Why

We have this weekly forum to provide an hour of high-bandwidth communication amongst people involved or interested in OpenMRS development.  While we regularly communicate on the Developer Mailing List, in IRC, on OpenMRS Talk, and other calls, this forum provides a space for general discussions relevant to OpenMRS Development.

When

Each Thursday (excluding holidays) from 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM US/Eastern (changing with daylight saving time).  Not in the US/Eastern timezone?  Convert US Eastern Time to your local time zone.

Who

Anyone working on OpenMRS development that is interested in discussing technical aspects around OpenMRS – whether you have a topic to discuss or just want to listen in.  If you are doing any development on OpenMRS, this is your forum.

 

Be prepared

Please be respectful of other attendees' time. If you are scheduled to present, please make sure you test your system's settings ahead of time in the conference room, and ensure you can upload documents, share screen, etc. It is open at all times during the week for testing purposes.

How to Join

OpenMRS Meetings @ UberConference

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Feel free to join us on a forum and make your suggestion for a future agenda item.  Or you can make a suggestion in the OpenMRS Talk forum.

 

9 Comments

  1. -1 for manual tending of agenda links :-)

  2. -1 for showing agenda in long lists of page names :-)

    Until we get around to making a Confluence plugin for presenting agenda links in a brief calendar format I used this little Groovy script (can be run in the Groovy Web Console) to auto-generate the calendar markup.  I suppose a user macro could do the same if someone wanted to code it.

    1. +2 for groovy, which makes net +1. (thumbs up)

  3. Can I join this? through Skype?

    1. Neither of the technologies we use (Adobe Connect or UberConference) support Skype.  UberConference uses WebRTC, which allows it to run in any decent browser (i.e., anything except Internet Explorer).  Adobe Connect uses a plugin that is compatible with most systems and in most cases will run embedded in the browser.

      Alternatively, you can dial into the UberConference call (+1-888-510-4073) directly from Skype using pay-as-you-go for $1.38 USD per one-hour call (2.3¢/min) or unlimited calling for $3 USD/month.

  4. Looks like the time  See the event in your timezone. link translates to a wrong time for Africa/Kampala by indicating it as 05:00 PM instead of 06:00 PM for 10:00 AM, i hope the issue is with the automation involved, Michael Downey, had youu noticed this before?

    1. Thanks Kaweesi Joseph. Please note the date in the link provided, which explains the problem: Thursday, May 15, 2014 (smile) 

      Please join my campaign to get all OpenMRS meeting using UTC! The US will change to daylight saving time this coming Sunday so the relative time will sadly again change. Sorry for the confusion!

      1. Actually, that link is what this page link directed to today when i clicked Michael Downey, is it about changing the time references to UTC and re-configuring the links?

        1. I changed the link above to be more generic. The UTC thing is more of a community agreement that needs to be reached. Some of our meetings are UTC-based, some are time-zone specific. (smile)