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Meeting Minutes from Discussion
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Progress towards publication
Balloted triaged: 66
Balloted submitted: 0
Balloted undone: 84
Unballoted, and undone: 71
Add Jira Grouping of "Fit-for-teleconference" (or Scheduling = "NextCall")to put issues in a queue for discussion.
Eric has a PR related to: FHIR-36792 - Getting issue details... STATUS
Review block-vote-5 for scheduling.
Alex – this Hub capability seems super hard --
Processing Update Events and Current Context
A FHIRcast Hub SHALL process a
Kamal: this would result in an error for our Hub.
Paul: is this a multi-tab scenario?
Kamal: from a clinical safety perspective, it seems important to not update a context that's not in-focus.
We think that this behavior should definitely not be mandated on Hubs, and should probably not be allowed.
|FHIRCast Jira not done|