Bahmni PAT call (01-Nov-2017)

Dear All,

Reminder: We have the PAT call at 7:30 pm IST.

  1. BAH-313: Add/modify/delete wards and beds through new UI
    Concept note (a simple doc.) with lo fi mockups and solution with tentative effort and enhancements on functionalities. @sudipkoirala @mjsanish
  2. BAH-314: Enable Bahmni Apps Reports app to handle ‘date range’ reports from the Reporting module
  3. I would like to discuss openmrs-module-appointments and get some infos as to how it differs from openmrs-module-appointmentscheduling to assess possible harmonization of efforts.

Please feel free to suggest further topics.

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Please also add upcoming release 0.90 updates.

Noted, I added this on the PAT call 2017-11-01 Notes.

Not sure if that is a priority for this call or the next one, but maybe we could start a conversation about upgrading to CentOS 7.

We are currently facing an issue with the Bahmni installer that fails due to an older version of a package shipped in CentOS 6.8 (here). And we start getting Python 2.6 deprecation warnings here and there. So that makes me think we may want to start working in this direction.

Or do we even have to be platform dependent at all?

If time permits, we could discuss technical feasibility of the features i mention in this talk thread

Thanks @arjun. Big subject, very interesting, I added the line to the agenda.

@mksrom, I personally like the idea of exploring decoupling from all of the specific platform dependencies. It is pretty common that a specific package required by the installer disappears. And other OMRS distros are typically more platform agnostic.