Clinical Knowledge Manager update + Github Mirror
ian.mcnicoll at oceaninformatics.com
Tue Feb 25 04:07:23 EST 2014
Glad you like it.
It will be interesting to see how/if we can adopt a greater degree of
integration with Git/gitHub but for now can we ask everyone to keep
using CKM as the primary source of contact for discussion / change
requests, suggested corrections etc. Although GitHub is a great tool,
it will be pretty opaque to many clinicians and others without
technical expertise. I am sure we can add value to CKM by borrowing
some of the ideas inherent in Git/GitHub but we run the risk of
splitting important conversations if we try to work with both tools.
So for now, please regard the Git mirror as a read-only resource and
direct any CRs, comments etc to CKM.
On 24 February 2014 23:27, pablo pazos <pazospablo at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Awesome idea, we can also use github to report and follow issues, to make
> corrections and send pull requests, etc. Nice!
> Kind regards,
> Eng. Pablo Pazos Gutiérrez
>> From: ian.mcnicoll at oceaninformatics.com
>> Date: Mon, 24 Feb 2014 09:54:41 +0000
>> Subject: Clinical Knowledge Manager update + Github Mirror
>> To: openehr-clinical at lists.openehr.org;
>> openehr-technical at lists.openehr.org
>> Clinical and technical members may be interested to know that a new
>> version of CKM has been released.
>> In particular this release adds an automatic export of all resources
>> (archetypes, templates and termsets) that are uploaded to CKM to a Git
>> repository. This will be automatically updated to mirror the contents
>> of the CKM Trunk.
>> The github repository can be found at
>> Note that the CKM Trunk is an 'editorial view' and includes both
>> published and unstable archetypes.
>> The CKM update offers many usability improvements such as for example
>> an easier way to merge various translations of an archetype into a new
>> trunk archetype, easier sharing of archetypes and other resources via
>> direct links, usability improvements to the search in the left hand
>> tree, some big green buttons, and a simpler registration process.
>> Editors now have the ability to add special comments to reviewers of
>> an archetype when creating a new review round for an archetype which
>> will be displayed inline to the reviewers.
>> For templates, a new Printable view was added and templates with its
>> sub-templates and contained archetypes can now be viewed as an
>> Organisational Chart. Also, many details of the form view of a
>> template have been enhanced.
>> This release also adds some checks around ensuring that archetypes use
>> correct UCUM-units as specified by the specs and fixes a number of
>> The detailed change list is available at
>> Dr Ian McNicoll
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Dr Ian McNicoll
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ian.mcnicoll at oceaninformatics.com
Clinical Modelling Consultant, Ocean Informatics, UK
Director openEHR Foundation www.openehr.org/knowledge
Honorary Senior Research Associate, CHIME, UCL
SCIMP Working Group, NHS Scotland
BCS Primary Health Care www.phcsg.org
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