README: Starter tasks for LibreHealth Toolkit & Librehealth Radiology

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(Saptarshi Purkayastha) #1

We have two issues that can help you showcase your skills, and help us evaluate if, along with your GSoC application, whether you will be suitable to work on the LibreHealth Toolkit and LibreHealth Radiology for GSoC 2019:

Please work on these issues, on a new public repo on gitlab or github, and once you have a working code, please paste the link to that code into the above-mentioned issues. Please let us know, if you have any questions for us. We look forward to see your work, and your GSoC applications to our project ideas.

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Project: Improving FHIR Analytics Using Apache Spark and Cassandra
Project: Create web components for FHIR Resources
Project: Incorporate reporting workflow into Radiology
GSoC 2019 Potential Student and Mentor Meet & Greet
GSoC 2019 Potential Student and Mentor Meet & Greet
GSoC 2019 Potential Student and Mentor Meet & Greet
(Robby O'Connor) pinned #2
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(Muhammad Kamran) #4

Hi,

I am interested in the Web Components for FHIR resources project.

Regarding the issue 41. Can I create a web component in Angular Elements? Or does it have to be in Polymer?

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Project: Create web components for FHIR Resources
README: Starter tasks for LibreHealth Toolkit & Librehealth Radiology
(Robby O'Connor) #5

Let’s stick with Polymer as to not complicate things. @sunbiz and @judywawira may have a stronger opinion.

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(Judy Gichoya) #6

polymer is what we will use

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(Robby O'Connor) #7

I have clarified in the instructions on the web components issue that Polymer must be used.

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(Muhammad Kamran) #8

Got it. Will create a component in Polymer and update here soon. Looking forward to working on this project.

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