A Distribution is defined as a particular configuration of the OpenMRS Platform, OpenMRS modules, and (optionally) other integrated applications, that can be installed and upgraded as a single unit.
I expected content (not just code) would often be key part of distributions (e.g., concepts, forms, metadata, etc.) – i.e., “… a particular configuration of the OpenMRS Platform, OpenMRS modules, content (concepts, forms, reports, metadata, etc.), and (optionally) other integrated applications,…”
Also, this doesn’t mention intended scope of usage. Doesn’t a “distribution” imply that it be used by more than one organization? If an organization packages up OpenMRS for their own use (e.g., deploying to several of their sites) with no intention that it be used by other organizations, is that a distribution?
Could we go a step further with aims to help identify, encourage, and facilitate, where possible, areas of potential collaboration?
Does Nigeria have one or more?