Its been about 2 months since the Sync 2.0 Showcase. We are looking to find out if there are implementations out there that are working on implementing or including the Sync 2.0 in their implementations to understand the following
Who is currently using or testing Sync 2.0 in their implementation
Are you experiencing any blockers as you try to implement Sync 2.0?
Please provide your feedback in this discussion thread.
Ah, right. Unfortunately other priorities came up ahead of Sync 2.0, so I haven’t had the opportunity to test that out. Assuming this hasn’t been released yet, I would recommend giving the master branch of Atomfeed a spin and seeing if things work for you. If it has been released and nothing has caught fire, someone should probably close the issue.
@jslawinski Currently we do not have the bandwidth as we are contributing to other modules that have a higher priority in our implementation needs.
I want to make special mention of the tremendous contributions made by the Soldevelo team over the years, which have in many ways transformed our usage of OpenMRS.
This particular ask is to the OpenMRS leadership, as the expectation for majority of contributions to come from the implementing community “core dev support” is not working, leading to atrophy in many of the platform’s core functions leading to implementors having to find workarounds hence fragmentation.
I think we could do some promotional materials (I’m thinking about some easy to understand graphics) about the role of Sync 2.0 to convince some people from the community to participate in this project. Showing the developers, how their work is helping real-life people hopefully should convince some of them to participate in this project. I can add this task to the next Sprint of the Social Impact Foundation and I hope that @jennifer and other members of the OpenMRS will help me promote this through the social media and other ways.
Long term goal would be to bring new people to the community (as @ssmusoke wrote the capabilities of the people who are contributing is limited) - I’ve got a couple of ideas how can we help with that, but this more of a long term project.