|Lorraine Constable||Constable Consulting|
|Dave Hamill||HL7 International|
|David Johnson (DJ)||HL7 International|
|Wayne Kubick||HL7 International|
|Laura Mitter||HL7 International|
|Brian Pech||Kaiser Permanente|
|Michael van der Zel||HL7 Netherlands|
The Handy timestamp macro works well here from the + menu above, select Handy timestamp, set to HH:mm and insert each time you want a current timestamp. i.e. 13:49
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04-28-2020 motion to approve : Laura/Jeff
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Archiving old projects.
Looking to for FHIR specification feedback project.
UTG went live over the past weekend.
Crowd is an Atlassian product that manages single sign on for Jire/Confluence and it has been updated.
Confluence pages being updated with Zoom sign out calendar.
Laura is working on trademark logo request page.
HL7 merchandise shop will be going live in the next couple of weeks.
Project proposals project is live and being piloted.
PSS approval project is still under development.
|Dave Hamill||Zoom update|
Started setting up shared Zoom accounts.
International council is using theirs.
DH, Josh, Lynn are trying to set up a request page in Confluence but it is difficult to use. Lynn, DH and Josh are going to test a Google calendar as a means of reserving use of a shared Zoom account.
Terminology.HL7.org is running on AWS enginx.
There are issues with email passwords (HL7.org) in plain text.
Go Members is system that generates HL7 passwords.
DJ sent an outline of proposed solution to Wayne and Mark.
It will involve verification of the member's email against the membership and a time-limited opportunity for the member to reset their password. After a time limit, the information will be deleted.
More to come.
Hello! First, I'd like to thank you for sharing this issue. It is an important issue and I have been working towards a fix for a while now.
The unfortunate thing for us as an organization is that this is a limitation of our third-party software through which we manage our memberships. It is tightly integrated with our website and has been for a long time.
I totally agree about it being wrong to send plain-text passwords via email. However, the passwords are not stored in plain text. They are stored encrypted but via a two-way hash as someone below has shared. The third party application is a compiled piece of software so we can't do simple scripting changes to update it.
That being said, we have turned off password retrieval through the website until such time as we can offer a proper solution. I am not sure yet what that solution is but agree that the appearance of plain-text passwords is bad enough for us to halt the use.
Concerning not redirecting to SSL, there are issues that hold us back there as well. Portions of the http://hl7.org site are referenced in software builds. These builds rely on a status 200 return of the information necessary or they fail. We cannot send an SSL-redirect as this would cause the software builds to fail. We are working on updating canonical URLs and serving https full time but we do not have an end date at this time.
Again, thank you for sharing your concern. I realize that there is no excuse for the emailing of plain-text passwords but hope that you can understand our current constraints.
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