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OpenClinica 3.1.3 Now Available!

Dear OpenClinica Community,
We are pleased to announce the release of OpenClinica 3.1.3!
The software is now available for download on the Community website [1]. There are well over 100 changes and improvements included in this release. The release notes [2] and overview presentation [3] provide information about what's new in 3.1.3. It is highly recommended that OpenClinica users upgrade as soon as possible.
Thanks to all the contributors, too numerous to name, who have made this release happen!
Best,
Jamuna Nyayapathi
OpenClinica 3.1 Lead Developer
[1] - https://community.openclinica.com/project/openclinica#current
[2] - https://docs.openclinica.com/release-notes/openclinica-3.1.3-release-notes
[3] - http://prezi.com/l8wss75dvnbd/openclinica-313-release-notes/

Comments

  • jamuna269jamuna269 Posts: 109
    Dear OpenClinica Community,
    We are pleased to announce the release of OpenClinica 3.1.3!
    The software is now available for download on the Community website [1]. There are well over 100 changes and improvements included in this release. The release notes [2] and overview presentation [3] provide information about what's new in 3.1.3. It is highly recommended that OpenClinica users upgrade as soon as possible.
    Thanks to all the contributors, too numerous to name, who have made this release happen!
    Best,
    Jamuna Nyayapathi
    OpenClinica 3.1 Lead Developer
    [1] - https://community.openclinica.com/project/openclinica#current
    [2] - https://docs.openclinica.com/release-notes/openclinica-3.1.3-release-notes
    [3] - http://prezi.com/l8wss75dvnbd/openclinica-313-release-notes/
  • Dear All,

    There was a blog post yesterday about the improvements release mentioning some of the benefits:
    http://blog.openclinica.com/2012/12/03/openclinica-3-1-3-now-available/

    Jamuna / Shaun, I also wanted to point out that 3.1.2 is missing from the list of past versions (probably a some webservices versions are missing too?):
    https://community.openclinica.com/node/5500/release
    Congratulations on delivering so many fixes and improvements in one release.

    Also, I’m not sure that Jikan is an appropriate project title, as links found via searching for the term ‘Jikan’ appear to be risqué manga?

    Yours,

    Michael
    Sent: 29 November 2012 20:45
    To: [email protected]; [email protected]
    Subject: [Users] OpenClinica 3.1.3 Now Available!

    Dear OpenClinica Community,

    We are pleased to announce the release of OpenClinica 3.1.3!

    The software is now available for download on the Community website [1]. There are well over 100 changes and improvements included in this release. The release notes [2] and overview presentation [3] provide information about what's new in 3.1.3. It is highly recommended that OpenClinica users upgrade as soon as possible.

    Thanks to all the contributors, too numerous to name, who have made this release happen!

    Best,
    Jamuna Nyayapathi
    OpenClinica 3.1 Lead Developer

    [1] - https://community.openclinica.com/project/openclinica#current
    [2] - https://docs.openclinica.com/release-notes/openclinica-3.1.3-release-notes
    [3] - http://prezi.com/l8wss75dvnbd/openclinica-313-release-notes/


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  • jamuna269jamuna269 Posts: 109
    Hi Michael,
    The OpenClinica 3.1.2 download and webservices are still available, but they went all the way down in the list(it is on the last page). We are working on fixing this and bringing back to the front page.
    Jikan is the next calendering(scheduler) project that we will be working on.Jikan referes to a lot of things that ties to time subject(in japanese) :-)
    Jamuna
    On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 9:45 AM, Michael Bluett wrote:
    Dear All,

    There was a blog post yesterday about the improvements release mentioning some of the benefits:
    http://blog.openclinica.com/2012/12/03/openclinica-3-1-3-now-available/

    Jamuna / Shaun, I also wanted to point out that 3.1.2 is missing from the list of past versions (probably a some webservices versions are missing too?):
    https://community.openclinica.com/node/5500/release
    Congratulations on delivering so many fixes and improvements in one release.

    Also, I’m not sure that Jikan is an appropriate project title, as links found via searching for the term ‘Jikan’ appear to be risqué manga?

    Yours,

    Michael
    Sent: 29 November 2012 20:45
    To: [email protected]; [email protected]
    Subject: [Users] OpenClinica 3.1.3 Now Available!

    Dear OpenClinica Community,

    We are pleased to announce the release of OpenClinica 3.1.3!

    The software is now available for download on the Community website [1]. There are well over 100 changes and improvements included in this release. The release notes [2] and overview presentation [3] provide information about what's new in 3.1.3. It is highly recommended that OpenClinica users upgrade as soon as possible.

    Thanks to all the contributors, too numerous to name, who have made this release happen!

    Best,
    Jamuna Nyayapathi
    OpenClinica 3.1 Lead Developer

    [1] - https://community.openclinica.com/project/openclinica#current
    [2] - https://docs.openclinica.com/release-notes/openclinica-3.1.3-release-notes
    [3] - http://prezi.com/l8wss75dvnbd/openclinica-313-release-notes/


    The University of Dundee is a registered Scottish Charity, No: SC015096
  • hhonshukuhhonshuku Posts: 50
    Also, I’m not sure that Jikan is an appropriate project title, as links found via searching for the term ‘Jikan’ appear to be risqué manga?
    I was surprised Google lists many hits for "Kodomo No Jikan" by search keyword "jikan". "Kodomo No Jikan" seems to be a title of manga/TV show in Japan, which I had no idea of. Jikan is such a common words to describe time space in a various context. "Kodomo No Jikan" means "Play time without adults". When we chose this word for the project, Google certainly didn't return like this
    Jikan is such a useful words to express Scheduling as well as "we have a plan to do a project within a schedule" or "we have to allocate our resource for this project" or something like that
    -Hiro
    On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 9:49 AM, Jamuna Nyayapathi wrote:
    Hi Michael,
    The OpenClinica 3.1.2 download and webservices are still available, but they went all the way down in the list(it is on the last page). We are working on fixing this and bringing back to the front page.
    Jikan is the next calendering(scheduler) project that we will be working on.Jikan referes to a lot of things that ties to time subject(in japanese) :-)
    Jamuna
    On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 9:45 AM, Michael Bluett wrote:
    Dear All,

    There was a blog post yesterday about the improvements release mentioning some of the benefits:
    http://blog.openclinica.com/2012/12/03/openclinica-3-1-3-now-available/

    Jamuna / Shaun, I also wanted to point out that 3.1.2 is missing from the list of past versions (probably a some webservices versions are missing too?):
    https://community.openclinica.com/node/5500/release
    Congratulations on delivering so many fixes and improvements in one release.

    Also, I’m not sure that Jikan is an appropriate project title, as links found via searching for the term ‘Jikan’ appear to be risqué manga?

    Yours,

    Michael
    Sent: 29 November 2012 20:45
    To: [email protected]; [email protected]
    Subject: [Users] OpenClinica 3.1.3 Now Available!

    Dear OpenClinica Community,

    We are pleased to announce the release of OpenClinica 3.1.3!

    The software is now available for download on the Community website [1]. There are well over 100 changes and improvements included in this release. The release notes [2] and overview presentation [3] provide information about what's new in 3.1.3. It is highly recommended that OpenClinica users upgrade as soon as possible.

    Thanks to all the contributors, too numerous to name, who have made this release happen!

    Best,
    Jamuna Nyayapathi
    OpenClinica 3.1 Lead Developer

    [1] - https://community.openclinica.com/project/openclinica#current
    [2] - https://docs.openclinica.com/release-notes/openclinica-3.1.3-release-notes
    [3] - http://prezi.com/l8wss75dvnbd/openclinica-313-release-notes/


    The University of Dundee is a registered Scottish Charity, No: SC015096
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