🚨🚨🚨 The WHAC19 project is no longer being developed & maintained. 🚨🚨🚨
We are incredibly grateful to all our contributors - we did great things together during the most difficult of times ❤️
Thank-you everybody for the huge amounts of effort which was contributed to this project.
This projects open issues, branches and PR's have been cleaned out and put in a state which gives
an accurate snapshot of the project. We are not soliciting pull requests or other contributions.
The project is in a state where it could be picked up and used as a basis for other hospital informational apps. Please make sure you check through the list of open issues before beginning any work.
The WHAC19 app is a tool to safeguard the welfare of Western Health anaesthetists during COVID-19 and provide instant access to the most up-to-date information for time-critical procedures to ensure optimal patient care. This app will contain information for frontline medical staff on subjects such as:
Currently under development by a community of volunteers.
If you've never used Github here's a Github101.md to get you started with the basics.
If you would like to contribute to the development of the app, please read the contribution documentation.
We will rapidly build out functionality and screens. The plan is to ship early, and ship often, deploying new builds at least once a day via CI.
Currently all data will be stored inside the app, with no CMS or web services. The app should have minimal logic, and instead just focuses on providing important information in a mobile friendly format.
The app will have these screens and sections:
The complete set of designs are in Zeplin, but this gives some indication of how the the app will look:
In no particular order, the following people have contributed to building the project:
This project is licensed under the Apache 2.0 - see the
LICENSE-2.0.txt file for details.
Western Health logos belong solely to Western Health may be subject to their copyrights and trademarks, and are not available under the same license as the rest of this application.
So many people have worked together to make this project happen, and helped out in so many ways 🥰
Firstly a huge thanks to all our contributors; Our designers, developers and all the medical staff. Your work is what is making this project happen.
The entire GDG Melbourne community for pulling together on this.
Several companies who have provided support and employee time, including Itty Bitty apps, and Art Processors.
Code Magic for additional build minutes and support and Manichord for additional build minutes.
Slack for upgrading our workspace free of charge.
Apple and Google for help with expedited app reviews and listings.
Those who have given helpful and timely advice, including Byron Teu.
I've probably forgotten a bunch of people, so if you have done something and we have missed out on you; I'm deeply sorry, and appreciate your contribution. Message Luke Sleeman and I will make sure you get added ❤️❤️❤️.