openEHR @ StackExchange

Diego Boscá yampeku at gmail.com
Tue May 26 06:29:12 EDT 2015


I think so!

You can add tags to questions that are not yours? Probably the ideal
should be to have openEHR tags in all the already asked questions.

2015-05-26 12:26 GMT+02:00 Athanasios Anastasiou <a.anastasiou at swansea.ac.uk>:
> Hello everyone
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> This is great news for openEHR but at the moment, the link between the
> specification and the implementation is not clear enough and the volume of
> questions might be low.
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> The majority of questions in the technical list up until 2013 were regarding
> modelling and specification changes / clarifications. There are many more
> technical questions, concerning implementation, lately that could attract
> questions on which option works better than others in a specific setting.
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> As a simplistic comparison, UML and modelling related questions are "lumped"
> under stack overflow currently.
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> I think that hosting our own "StackExchange" type of website might work
> better at this point.
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> By the way, I can add an "openEHR" tag to stack overflow if you think that
> would help things move forward (?)
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> All the best
> Athanasios Anastasiou
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> On 26/05/2015 08:00, Marcus Baw wrote:
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>> Good luck Thomas, I hope this works and I have added my support,
>> although there was a move recently to create an umbrella  "Health IT"
>> StackExchange and it didn't attract enough support (despite being widely
>> advertised) to trigger its promotion out of Area51 and into StackExchange.
>>
>> If your openEHR StackExchange doesn't get promoted however, there is an
>> option to host your own StackExchangeClone site, I looked into this for
>> a customer recently, one of the best clones is:
>> https://github.com/ialbert/biostar-central
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>> M
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>> On 25 May 2015 at 11:58, Thomas Beale <thomas.beale at oceaninformatics.com
>> <mailto:thomas.beale at oceaninformatics.com>> wrote:
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>>     On 25/05/2015 11:00, Diego Boscá wrote:
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>>>     Agree with both. Probably we should go review the mailing lists to
>>>     identify which kind of questions are usually asked by newcomers.
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>>>     Also, we should use stackoverflow more, with dedicated tags to
>>>     openEHR.
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>>     I created a new site proposal for openEHR on StackExchange
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>> <http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/87508/openehr?referrer=w4Wq6VpjyxQPC4BojQudOA2>-
>>     I'm not quite sure how this works, but I think if it gets visited by
>>     a lot of people, that helps it get created? So please visit the link!
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>>     - thomas
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