Election Results have Andrew Statler, Michael Van der Zel, and David Burgess have all been elected to another term as co-chairs for the EST WG.
If we look at workgroup health that Anne sent out right before the meeting, it will show if our SWOT is showing as up-to-date.
Went through the draft of the Tooling Plan with Wayne. Wayne will be providing some additional revisions to the Tooling Plan and then providing it to the group for additional input and feedback. Next steps:
Wayne Kubick to finish the Tooling Plan and share with the EST WG
EST WG to review and provide feedback on the plan. Insights & suggestions.
Discussion about separate projects. Will want reusable assets/reusable models.
Wayne can talk to the JIRA/Con Models discussed this week.
There are some tidy up things that need to be done over the next week or two.
Nothing done around CIMI as they didn't publish in this cycle.
CDS hooks wanted dispensation from the requirement to move into GitHub.
Lots of projects in GForge. We may not want to move all of them.
Source code for EA tool can be moved. It is in an HL7 repository right now, so it is not a priority right now. some of the others may be able to move over time as developers have time to work on solutions.
Projects that are working today are in SVN. They would have to move to EA.
The current process for liaisons is broken. The expectation needs to be set for what the liaison role is, how they interact with the EST WG. We should also provide regular updates to the liaisons to take back to their WG meetings.
Identify the expectations for the liaisons
We are probably due to validate that list again.
We should reach out to those individuals.
We can create a process for communicating with them.
Do they contact us?
Do we contact them?
What information do we need to get to them/from them?
Workgroup health measure around the tooling
find better ways to communicate tooling developments with the organization
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