Archive | 2013

OpenMRS 1.9.7 released!

As you prepare for the new year, Take note that OpenMRS 1.9.7 has just been released. For download instructions and details in this release, have a look at the release notes page. We are proud of all you have done to make this happen. Keep the fire burning! Daniel Kayiwa On Behalf of the OpenMRS […]

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OpenMRS Book Sprinting

Today there exists three books that did not exist a week ago. That’s the result of a good book sprint. The Google Summer of Code Doc Camp provided an opportunity for open source projects to each write a book better documenting their software with the help of a few “free-agent” documentation specialists. This year, OpenMRS […]

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Tragedy in Kenya

23 September 2013 Friends, Many of you are already aware that over this past weekend in Kenya, gunmen attacked a shopping center in Nairobi, taking hostages, killing many people, and wounding many more. The many images and stories that have come through the news outlets sadden us all within the OpenMRS community. I hope you’ll […]

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OpenMRS 1.9.4 released

Finally, OpenMRS 1.9.4 has just been released. For download instructions and details in this release, take a look at the release notes page. Thank you all for making this happen. We shall always rely on you as we take this to another level. Daniel Kayiwa On Behalf of the OpenMRS community

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August 2013 Contributor of the Month: Lee Breisacher

One of the ways the OpenMRS community highlights the work of its many volunteers is with a monthly profile of a contributor. It’s our hope that these interviews help you to learn more about others who help build our software and our community. A couple weeks ago, Michael Downey, OpenMRS community manager had a chat […]

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