Road map fall 2011

Hi all,

the road map for the fall of 2011 is ready. You can find it here:

http://dhis2.org/roadmap

There has been many comments and wishes and we have tried to make as many people happy as possible, at the same time trying to be innovative and take advantage of the emerging possibilities for web development. The road map shows the major functionality blueprints, there will of course be additional minor functions for each release.

Having a road map is good but we reserve the right to make changes - we know that new requirements appear as DHIS 2 is being implemented in new countries which might justify re-prioritization. The releases have a two-month cycle and will continue to be “time-boxed”, meaning that we push back functionality if it is not ready by the time of release.

regards, Lars

Hi Lars

This roadmap looks like it will produce some good outputs ---- however there are two things I do NOT see on the roadmap …

  1. Human Resource module integration … this is backlogged since our meeting in Oslo more than a year ago !! … can the UDSM team not work on this using this launchpad tracking system??
  2. the Data analyser … this is one of the most useful toools I have seen on DHIS for a long time and it would be great if some of the indian team can start "unhacking " it

Cheers

Arthur

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2011/7/6 Lars Helge Øverland larshelge@gmail.com

Hi all,

the road map for the fall of 2011 is ready. You can find it here:

http://dhis2.org/roadmap

There has been many comments and wishes and we have tried to make as many people happy as possible, at the same time trying to be innovative and take advantage of the emerging possibilities for web development. The road map shows the major functionality blueprints, there will of course be additional minor functions for each release.

Having a road map is good but we reserve the right to make changes - we know that new requirements appear as DHIS 2 is being implemented in new countries which might justify re-prioritization. The releases have a two-month cycle and will continue to be “time-boxed”, meaning that we push back functionality if it is not ready by the time of release.

regards, Lars


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Hi Arthur,

  1. the source code is already moved to Launchpad by Morten and the UDSM team, we will continue to follow up on the development here.

  2. is covered by the blueprint “Data visualizer: Module for ad-hoc charting and reporting”, which is essentially the Indian data analyzer unhacked and ported to a more modern framework (ext 4).

best regards, Lars

Thanks Lars for the roadmap
regards

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--- On Wed, 7/6/11, Lars Helge Øverland <larshelge@gmail.com> wrote:

Hey guys

Looking forward to finding out more about the data analyzer...

Gregor

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Hi Gregor, yes so do we, the primary goals are i) to cover for the need for ad-hoc visualizations/charts among DHIS 2 users; they tend to like the pre-defined charts but always seem to want create their own tailored ones, ii) learn and benefit from the design and experience from the popular Indian graphical analyzer module, even replace it if acceptable to Indians and iii) align with the HISP SA web reporting solution - this will probably do many of the same things that the ad-hoc charts functionality does. We will release screen shots etc along the way and hoping for your feedback;)

cheers Lars

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On Thu, Jul 7, 2011 at 6:24 PM, Greg greg.rowles@gmail.com wrote:

Hey guys

Looking forward to finding out more about the data analyzer…

Gregor