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Reference Application 2.6.1 released

We are happy to announce OpenMRS Reference Application 2.6.1 has been released, this release contains fixes to some critical security vulnerabilities that were discovered and we strongly recommend everyone running the reference application to upgrade to this new version. For download instructions and details in this release, take a look at the release notes page. […]

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OpenMRS August 2017 Volunteer of the Month: Stephen Senkomago Musoke

OpenMRS is delighted to announce Stephen Senkomago Musoke (@ssmusoke) as the Volunteer of the Month for August! As a community, we are all grateful for Stephen’s dedication and efforts. Thank you for all your contributions to OpenMRS @ssmusoke! Now let’s get into who Stephen is: About Stephen Senkomago Musoke Name: Stephen Senkomago Musoke OpenMRS ID: […]

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OpenMRS July 2017 Volunteer of the Month: Robby O’Connor

OpenMRS is thrilled to announce Robby O’Connor (@r0bby) as the Volunteer of the Month for July! We are grateful for Robby’s work and dedication to the OpenMRS community. Thank you for your commitment to OpenMRS @r0bby! About Robby O’Connor Name: Robby O’Connor OpenMRS ID: r0bby Background I have a CS degree and have been doing […]

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Woot! Monitoring and alerting for our infrastructure, powered by Datadog

I’m proud to announce we now have comprehensive monitoring and alerting for the machines running our community services, thanks to Datadog!   In order to run community services (e.g. talk, issue tracker, wiki, OpenMRS ID, Continuous Integration, test servers, etc…) we have a fleet of around 20 machines maintained by infrastructure volunteers. Until now, we’ve had […]

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African Developers at Andela Committed to Improving OpenMRS’ Cohort Builder

Andela is a global software development organization with a mission for building programming capacity in Kenya and Nigeria.  They are recruiting some of the most talented developers in Africa, shaping them into technical and thought leaders, and places them as full-time distributed team members with companies that range from Microsoft and IBM to dozens of […]

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