Three mailing lists have been created and will be active from now on. These are:
firstname.lastname@example.org - Discussion list for general PING related announcements. To subscribe, visit http://mail.chip.org/mailman/listinfo/ping-announce and fill in the proper information.
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ping-display 1.1 is released. This is a bug fix release fixing issues
regarding updating documents within a ping record. As always this
release is available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/pinghealth/
The suite includes the PING Image API and the PING Coversheet application. Documentation is available at http://ping.chip.org/PingImage/index.html. Try out the coversheet demo at http://ping.chip.org/ping-coversheet. You can find usernames and passwords to try at http://ping.chip.org/Downloads/download.html.
This release includes all the necessary tools for developing custom " views " into the PING Server. There is a demonstrable version of PING Display that can be run through Java Web Start. The demo version is pointed at our demo deployment of the PING Server so you can fully explore how the two work together! Try the demo out at http://ping.chip.org/ws/ping-display.jnlp. There are sample usernames and passwords at http://ping.chip.org/Downloads/download.html.... read more
The latest update of the PING server API has been released. Changes include responder-based auditing, internal patient record auditing, support for resource-based XACML policies, and a number of bug fixes. There is a demo server deployed at https://ping.chip.org/demo/PingServlet.
PING has been accepted to Sourceforge! We'll be learning the administration system and getting the project page up to date over the next week or so. In the meantime, visit our project home page (http://ping.chip.org) for information and downloads.