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What Quality Assurance Tools Have the Potential to Enhance Our Current QA Practices?

The last we heard from the OpenMRS Quality Assurance Team, they were wrapping up a deep dive into our community’s quality assurance practices and had five key findings to share:  Selenium is already set up for testing the OpenMRS Reference Application.OpenMRS core has robust CI testing in place. Better, more effective QA relies on the availability […]

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OpenMRS Reference Application 2.10.0 Released

I would want to gladly announce the awaited Reference Application 2.10.0 Release.It’s built on Platform 2.3.0 and includes bug fixes to over 40 modules.With this release, 1) we removed the Chart Search Module From the Reference Application Modules list2) we also developed the Growth Chart Module for Reference Application, but also not bundled with in the distribution.3) Another […]

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OpenMRS Platform 2.3.0 released!

In recognition of the long awaited OpenMRS Platform 2.3.0 release, special thanks goes to the community contributors who offered their time and commitment tirelessly towards this achievement.Contributing to this cause has been an exiting and challenging experience for many contributors. To some contributors, there was zero knowledge about development, yet they are now quite experienced […]

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Google Code-in 2018 with OpenMRS Concludes

After a lengthy, exciting 7 weeks, the Google Code-in 2018 (GCI) program has finally come to an end. 2018 served as the largest year for OpenMRS with a 52.4% increase in students up to a total of 823 from all over the world and a 169.3% increase in tasks completed to a total of 1072, […]

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Congratulations to our GSoC 2018 Students!

Google Sumer of Code 2018 has come to an end, and it’s been an exciting, busy and rewarding time, with some great outcomes from the students and mentors who worked tirelessly during the three month coding period. A big thank you to all the students and mentors that participated in GSoC 2018! Your time, efforts and contributions […]

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