Update on meta-data for openEHR and 13606

Ian McNicoll ian.mcnicoll at gmail.com
Mon Jan 27 09:01:32 EST 2014

Hi Thomas,

Looking good. I think we do need to think of adding 'version_id to
each Translation to help developers know which original language
version/revision has been used to create the translation. This was
something that Bert mentioned.


On 27 January 2014 13:11, Thomas Beale
<thomas.beale at oceaninformatics.com> wrote:
> Following conversations with Ian McNicoll and others working on the
> archetype meta-data question, I have posted a possible revised model
> containing the following changes to the current one:
> copyright has been moved to the non-translated top-level description
> license has been added to the description
> custodian_namespace has been added to the description
> custodian_organisation has been added to the description
> We will need to decide on the 'revision/validation date' concept and add
> that in.
> If you just want the UML diagram, here it is.
> I am not personally working on these properties, but I would think we are
> not far away from a model that will work seamlessly for openEHR and 13606.
> - thomas
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