bradymiller wrote on Saturday, November 14, 2015:
For the 11/14/15 conference call (note these are not official notes; just going from memory):
Attendees: Brady, Stephen, Terry
Getting closer with about 7 items to test and, in theory, only some more coding needed for 1 item (AMC calculations).
Discussed this and seems to be more important to customers than MU2 at this point.
PHP7 is likely going to be released in several weeks. We discussed the information on this thread: https://sourceforge.net/p/openemr/discussion/202506/thread/5d2ff17e/
Current project is looking very nice with minimal changes to the codebase and also supports the older themes. See here for more details: https://sourceforge.net/p/openemr/discussion/202506/thread/53f41e90/
ACL to control access to reports:
Stephen discussed this project.
Currently working on migrating to use the RF2 releases rather than the RF1 releases(RF1 releases will be deprecated in about a year).
Also need to change wordage on the the SNOMED instructions in OpenEMR to instead direct users to the international SNOMED website rather than the US SNOMED website for licensing reasons.
Sourceforge forum and the OpenEMR website (hosted on sourceforge) both went down during the conference call. It may be time to migrate the website to a commercial website(such as Godaddy.com) or a vendor to ensure 100% uptime(either way, it seems OEMR could pay this cost, which should be minimal). The requirements will be https support and ease of ssh login via a certificate(to allow easy update and backup)(note that Godaddy.com is a serious pain regarding the ssh/certificate login, so I think we should not consider them).
Until next time...