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OpenMRS Leadership Growth and Spreading the Word

Dear OpenMRS Community, If you hadn’t already noticed, our community is in a period of unparalleled growth and evolution.  I wanted to draw your attention to a couple specific activities, and ask for your input and feedback. Evolving our leadership and governance models At the end of 2014, we held our first annual “OpenMRS Camp” […]

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Introducing the OpenMRS QA Team!

I am happy to announce that thanks to SolDevelo ( http://www.soldevelo.com/ ) , an Open MRS Quality Assurance Team has been formed! We are a team dedicated to help maintaining software quality. So far we are involved in testing the OpenMRS Reference Application module, but hope to handle also other modules in the future. We […]

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OpenMRS joins Open Source Initiative as Affiliate Member

Partnership highlights core values of both organizations in ensuring access to all members within communities. The Open Source Initiative ® (OSI), recognized globally for their work in promoting and protecting open source software and development communities, announced today the Affiliate Membership of OpenMRS®, a free and open source health IT platform. The OpenMRS community works […]

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OpenMRS Receives Free Software Award for Projects of Social Benefit

INDIANAPOLIS AND BOSTON, MARCH 23 — OpenMRS, an Indianapolis-based free software platform for Health IT in the developing world, has received the 2012 Free Software Award for Projects of Social Benefit. The award was announced on March 23 at the Free Software Foundation’s annual LibrePlanet conference held at Harvard University, and is presented each year […]

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Reorganizing the OpenMRS weekly calls

Our community has grown and evolved significantly over the years, and sometimes we need to reorganize the way we do things. Based on feedback from OpenMRS community members we’ve gone back to the drawing board and put together a slate of OpenMRS-related calls that should make our community more effective, and improve collaborations in the […]

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