V3 Publishing ConCall Minutes 20090211
Wednesday, February 11, 2009 -- 4:00 PM Eastern
Beeler, Kreisler, Seppala, Stechishin, Savage
Issue with RoseTree
Austin reported an issue with Rosetree, version 4.2.23 seems to work, 4.2.24/4.2.25 do not
Review Minutes of February 4, 2009
Woody briefly reported that W3C had approved the licensing of files (with W3C licenses) in the MIF Lite package.
Issue with Invalid Value Sets
Woody reported on an issue with invalid value sets in the normative edition (please follow link for full description). The affected value sets can be corrected very shortly. A patch for NE2008 will be prepared comprised of vocabulary files, a source design repository, vocabulary schema, and MIF files.
Woody wanted the group's views on whether patches for other ballots should also be prepared. Austin suggested announcing the patch and offering to create patches for other ballots if required.
CDA R2, ICSR
CDA R2 has gone to ISO.
ICSR an issue remain in how to get rid of a link to a conformance document. The work so far has been very useful in implementing the constraining process to be used in future publishing.
SVN and Publishing
Notes from Don Lloyd
Don was unable to attend the call
Gregg - When reviewing the ballot and looking at the Visio model files, Gregg noticed 3 of the 80 files have the UV suffix, all of the rest have no suffix. Woody responded that the Visio filename is not significant. Gregg wanted to ensure that there would be no problems in the preparation and publishing of the Normative Edition, as he would be unavailable during the next week.
Gregg - Patient Administration has inherited scheduling, Rene Spronk requested that PA look at creating a universal scheduling CMET. PA has created a new A_Appointment_Universal but there is a CMET with this name. The new CMET is much more comprehensive than the existing version. Woody suggested naming the new CMET A_Appointment_Comprehensive_Universal or to deprecate old CMET. Analysis will be done to see if the old CMET is being used. Gregg stated this will proceed through 2 ballots, the first being for comment only.
Andy - Wiki updates proceeding and should be finished presently
Austin - confirmed that CMETs are balloted as a group by domain. Austin also wondered if a CMET can advance to normative independently? Or if the whole ballot package must pass prior to any CMETs moving to normative. Woody stated that this was as before (prior to CMET moving to responsible Work Group) and is based on the bylaws.
Austin has an issue that Public Health had a 'placeholder' CMET that was in a previous ballot, there is now a requirement to turn this into a real CMET. Austin wondered what is the appropriate course of action to follow. Should the new CMET appear in a second ballot pool for the CMETs in the domain? Or should the existing ballot pool be used, re-opened to allow members to join fro the new content. Woody advised that publishing seek the advice of the CTO.