mydatamart

There has been quite a few new requirements/wishlist etc emerging for
mydatamart. Also it seems this little tool has become a much more
critical part of the general infrastructure with the rapid move
towards the centralized national dhis approach which Kenya has been
trailblazing and others following. Given all that, I want to do quite
a bit of tidying up/refactoring/optimizing over the next few months
and I think it will make much more sense to separate this from the
main dhis2 source tree and set it up as it's own project in launchpad.
I think this will be much easier to manage. Any objections?

Bob

Happy new year Bob. your proposal will go a extra mile in the
improvement of the output and maximizing available tools.

regards

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On 1/6/12, Bob Jolliffe <bobjolliffe@gmail.com> wrote:

There has been quite a few new requirements/wishlist etc emerging for
mydatamart. Also it seems this little tool has become a much more
critical part of the general infrastructure with the rapid move
towards the centralized national dhis approach which Kenya has been
trailblazing and others following. Given all that, I want to do quite
a bit of tidying up/refactoring/optimizing over the next few months
and I think it will make much more sense to separate this from the
main dhis2 source tree and set it up as it's own project in launchpad.
I think this will be much easier to manage. Any objections?

Bob

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Hi, I think this is OK. The obvious advantage is that we can have
separate blueprints and bugtracking. We can still have
dhis2-administrators or anther existing team as owner so developers
don't have to sign up for yet another team.

Lars

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On Fri, Jan 6, 2012 at 1:46 PM, Bob Jolliffe <bobjolliffe@gmail.com> wrote:

There has been quite a few new requirements/wishlist etc emerging for
mydatamart. Also it seems this little tool has become a much more
critical part of the general infrastructure with the rapid move
towards the centralized national dhis approach which Kenya has been
trailblazing and others following. Given all that, I want to do quite
a bit of tidying up/refactoring/optimizing over the next few months
and I think it will make much more sense to separate this from the
main dhis2 source tree and set it up as it's own project in launchpad.
I think this will be much easier to manage. Any objections?

I guess we could also look at creating a project group
(https://help.launchpad.net/Glossary) within launchpad. Though its
not a prerequisite for having multiple projects owned by the same
team, it seems it could be created at any stage as an umbrella.

Bob

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2012/1/9 Lars Helge Øverland <larshelge@gmail.com>:

On Fri, Jan 6, 2012 at 1:46 PM, Bob Jolliffe <bobjolliffe@gmail.com> wrote:

There has been quite a few new requirements/wishlist etc emerging for
mydatamart. Also it seems this little tool has become a much more
critical part of the general infrastructure with the rapid move
towards the centralized national dhis approach which Kenya has been
trailblazing and others following. Given all that, I want to do quite
a bit of tidying up/refactoring/optimizing over the next few months
and I think it will make much more sense to separate this from the
main dhis2 source tree and set it up as it's own project in launchpad.
I think this will be much easier to manage. Any objections?

Hi, I think this is OK. The obvious advantage is that we can have
separate blueprints and bugtracking. We can still have
dhis2-administrators or anther existing team as owner so developers
don't have to sign up for yet another team.

Lars