There are three different contexts for reviews in the OTJ.
- The first and simplest context is to give the code a “thumbs up” indicating it is a positive contribution and should be considered for inclusion into the OSEHRA code base
- The second context is a technical peer review and attestation of code quality; and
- The third context is a Software Quality Assurance (Final) review which occurs just prior to formal inclusion of the contribution into the OSEHRA code base. Each of these contexts is covered below.