OMRS15 Ideas Thanks for your OMRS15 session ideas! The pre-event scheduling has finished, but you can still discuss potential unconference sessions. Some additional slots will be open and available at the opening session. Malawi 2017 Help make the Malawi 2017 Implementers' Meeting successful by proposing and discussing session ideas. OpenMRS Update OpenMRS Radio is a regular podcast series offering an inside look at the world's largest open source health community. Discuss episodes and share story ideas here in this category! Listen online or download episodes at: http://www.spreaker.com/show/openmrs-radio Announcements This category is reserved for important community-wide announcements. This is a read (and reply) only category. If you have an announcement to share here, please contact email@example.com. GSoC Discussion about OpenMRS participation in Google Summer of Code™. Students should discuss their project ideas and proposals here, as well as share advice and ask questions about participating. For more information about getting started in Summer of Code at OpenMRS, visit: http://om.rs/gsoc Infrastructure Public announcements and information about the infrastructure running for our community. University OpenMRS University is a regular opportunity for people to ask questions and get answers from others in our community. Whether you're a contributor or a customer, we want to hear your questions and we want to help you get answers. Leadership Discussion by OpenMRS leaders about advancing our projects and community. Discussions about specific OpenMRS projects usually will belong in a different category. This is a public, world-readable forum, so avoid using it for anything you’d consider too sensitive. Advisory Council The OpenMRS Advisory Council was formed in May 2016 as part of a leadership initiative to strengthen governance structures which will help guide our community into the next decade. This group will help guide the OpenMRS community through the future, helping our community operationalize our plans and help us chart future directions. Google Code-in The Google Code-in is a contest to introduce pre-university students (ages 13-17) to the many kinds of contributions that make open source software development possible. The contest runs from October 23rd 2018 to December 12, 2018. Details: http://om.rs/gci Events Announcements about and planning information for OpenMRS-specific events, or events of interest to community members.