Date: 18 October 2023
Facilitator: Bas van den Heuvel
Note Taker: Bas van den Heuvel
Anthony Julian Co-chair
Nick Radov Co-chair
Isaac Vetter Co-chair
Brian Frankl Co-Chair
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Meeting Minutes from Discussion
|Decision Link(if not child)|
|Management||Quorum reached (co-chair + 2) Yes/No||No|
|Management||Minute Approval||next week|
Progress towards publication
Balloted triaged: 66
Balloted submitted: 0
Balloted undone: 86
Unballoted, and undone: 73
Add Jira Grouping of "Fit-for-teleconference" to put issues in a queue for discussion.
Fit-for-conference Jira tickets.
Custom events are not required to follow key/resource pattern → Blockvote-5 (change from NextCall as was decided in the meeting)
General consensus on that this is usefull. Bas to work out a proposal in more detail and bring it back.
Remove sentence → Block-vote-5
Will fix link → Block-vote-5
Agreed to clarify text → Block-vote-5
Propose to address this editorial step before publication.
Next week - discuss Eric topic on DiagnosticReport-update
Fit for teleconference topics
|FHIRCast Jira not done|