Topics of the openehr-clinical list

Pablo Pazos pablo.pazos at
Fri Jul 6 02:21:30 EDT 2018

Hi Silje, I think this is for me :)

I pick which list to send message to very carefully, trying to focus
modeling methodologies and modeling tools on the clinical, and the rest on
the technical.

Some issues clarified on the clinical list, have impact on tools and
sometimes on the specs themselves. On those cases I try to clarify the
clinical modeling aspects on this list, then raise related issues on other
lists or raise JIRA issues for the SEC to review when it is spec related.

But I know there is a gray area, since each "thing" depends on other
"things". If there is any specific on my messages that doesn't comply with
some guideline, please PM to clarify.


On Thu, Jul 5, 2018 at 4:27 AM, Bakke, Silje Ljosland <
silje.ljosland.bakke at> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I’ve seen a tendency lately that topics that at least to me seem to be of
> a technical nature are posted to the clinical list. These topics often
> generate a lot of discussion, which drowns out much of the discussion about
> the clinical aspects of openEHR. I realise that a lot of discussions will
> be borderline technical/clinical, but I still think a lot of them would
> better belong in the technical or even implementers list. If you’re unsure
> where to post something, may I suggest having a look at the description of
> each of the mailing lists at
> Thanks everyone, and have a great summer to those of you in the northern
> hemisphere! 😎☀️
> Regards,
> *Silje*
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