Getting ready for participation in the April Connectathon involves more than buying a plane ticket to Germany. From January until April, participants complete a set of required pre-connectathon tests. March through mid-April participants share configuration information with test partners, perform internet testing for some profiles, pre-load test data, finish some last-minute pre-connectathon tests, and familiarize themselves with the tests they will be required to run at the connnectathon. The links below contain details for your Connectathon preparation activities.
|Email list for Connectathon announcements
||All participants in the EU Connectathon must join this group. It is used for technical and logistical announcements from the EU Connectathon sponsors and technical managers. To subscribe, send an email to EU_connectathonfirstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that you need to sign in to a Google account (or create one) in order to join this group.|
|Gazelle||Gazelle is IHE's online tool for managing registration, pre-Connectathon & Connectathon testing.|
|Detailed Connectathon timeline (TBC)||
Calendar of deadlines from January through April!
|Weekly reminders (TBC)||What should I be working on this week? Stay on-track with your preparation!|
|Profiles to be tested||Review the list of profiles to be tested. Please note those that are 'dropped' or which have low registration.|
|IHE Technical Frameworks||
Ensure that you are working off the latest documentation (not an out-of-date version on your hard drive). Final Text Technical Frameworks & Trial Implementation Supplements are published on ihe.net.
Some are interested in knowing the specifics of the updates since last year. Each domain's Technical Committee processes Change Proposals that are then incorporated into Technical Frameworks annually.
|Tool resources||Find an index to IHE test tools, a mapping of tools to profiles, tool documentation, test cases, and tool training material.|
|ATNA testing & digital certificates||Pre-connectathon & connectathon testing requirements for the ATNA profile. How to get your digital certificate.|
|Training resources||Pointers to training & documentation about tools, gazelle & connectathon processes|
|Profile-specific preparation||In order to make you more efficient at the Connectathon, for some profiles we encourage you to do this preparation in advance.|
|Network & configuration details||Configurations for your test systems, OID assignments, IP addresses, Connectathon network description|
|XDS/XDS-I ATNA Tues-Wed partner assignments||On Tues & Wed of Connectathon week, we assign some test partners for infrastructure actors in XDS, XDS-I and ATNA (Audit Record Repositories and Doc Registries & Repositories)|
Explanation of multiple affinity domain Connectathon tests for participants testing XDS.b, XDS-I.b, PDQ/PDQv3, PIX/PIXv3, and cross-community profiles XC* (eg XCA, XCPD, etc)
|Thorough/Supportive testing explained||This page describes the difference between Thorough and Supportive connectathon testing
|Connectathon test review||Your connectathon preparation should include reviewing tests you will have to run during Connectathon week. Here's how.|
|10 Connectathon tips from the pros||This page shares tips from vendors that have participated in the Connectathon for many years.|
|Connectathon logistics (TBC)||IHE Europe staff manages contracts, fees, badges, hotel & shipping, and provides help for all non-technical details regarding the connectathon.|
|Connectathon FAQ||Answers to questions many first-time participants ask.|
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