Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of BluePrint/Event


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08/15/12 23:02:30 (10 years ago)
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Michael Howden
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     1= !BluePrint: Event Modules =
     2[[TOC]]
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     4== Introduction ==
     5When Sahana Eden is used for Emergency Management an Event Module is important to be able to manage information by events. Events could either be real disasters, emergencies or trainings/simulations
     6
     7== Description ==
     8
     9=== Related !BluePrints ===
     10* BluePrintIncidentReporting - Within a single event there may be multiple incidents.
     11* BluePrintScenario - Scenarios are used to specify what resources are required by specific types of events and incidents
     12* BluePrintExerciseManagement - How events can be used for trainings and simulations
     13* BluePrintRegionsAndIncidents
     14
     15== Requirements ==
     16* Assign resources ( Staff, Volunteers, Assets, Vechicles) to an Event/Incident
     17* Set up projects, activities, tasks for an !Event/Incident
     18* Record costs involved with an !Event/Incident
     19 * Distributed Inventory Items
     20 * !Volunteer/Staff/Asset Hours
     21* Filter information by !Event/Incident
     22* Navigate by Events - ability to have a top level menu of specific events
     23* Event [BluePrint/UserInterface/Dashboard Dashboard]
     24
     25== Use-Cases ==
     26
     27== Design ==
     28
     29== Implementation ==
     30* modules/eden/event.py
     31* modules/eden/irs.py (to be merged with modules/eden/event.py)
     32
     33== References ==
     34* Sahana Eden List [https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!searchin/sahana-eden/event/sahana-eden/2msJ_wLu06k/hoHCPHG_PpAJ%5B1-25%5D IRS merging into Events module?]
     35* Domain/EmergencyManagement/IncidentManagementSystems
     36* Domain/EmergencyManagement/IncidentManagementSystems/IncidentCommandSystem(UnitedStates)
     37
     38----
     39BluePrints