Meet the community: Introduce yourself here!


(mua laurent) #365

Hi @wandjicollins mua here glad to have you around

(Tigpezeghe Rodrige Kwenchu) #366

Welcome @sony and @wandjicollins. Meet these folks at an Open source event in my area, and happy the joined this amazing community. Feel free to ask all your questions, and get help. Learn, ask, learn again and have fun!!!

(wandji collins chuwa) #367

Thanks! Am most delighted to be here.

(Kamaha Claude) #368

Hello,I am Claude Joelle a ComputerScience second year student in the University of Buea. Iam interested in Tech,specially coding.I heard about librehealth in an opensource event. I know basics on Java ,JavaScript and i would like to learn more by contributing here. please can someone help me on how and where to start contributing .:slightly_smiling_face:

(Tigpezeghe Rodrige Kwenchu) #369

Welcome @Claude-Kamaha, with knowledge of Java, you’re fit for the Radiology project. Find the project here: Find a good first issue, and start work.

@wandjicollins @sony you need knowledge of Git to contribute.

I think this is a good place to start:

(wandji collins chuwa) #370

Okay! Thanks @Trodrige

(TCHATCHOUANG Sorelle Diane) #371

Hi everyone, My name is Tchatchouang Sorelle Diane a newbie in to opensource and Iam in my last year in acheiving a bachelors degree in Management from the University of Buea in Cameroon . Im very interested in tech and have some knowledge in HTML /CSS and Javascript. Will love to start contributing with Librehealth and plead for guidiance and help in my journey.

Can someone please direct me on how to start? Thanks , Sorellediane…

(Tigpezeghe Rodrige Kwenchu) #372

Welcome @Sorellediane. I think this is a good place to start:

(Akap Azmon Deh Nji) #373

Hi am Akap Azmon from Cameroon. I am an application software developer. I develop web and mobile application using Java, JavaScript, PHP, Node.js and Android. I love open source and this organization is geared toward my area of interest. I will love to be part and contribute to the development of better solution. Please i will need some help on how to get started.

(Art Eaton) #374

Hi Akap!

Art Eaton here.

  Getting started:  Fork a repo (GIT), then start pushing code, making specific assistance demands, yell about things you don't like, rock the boat, and all those types of things!  Join whichever project you like (you have a broad skillset), install some development instances yourself, then just act like you have been here for years and that you own a piece of this too.

Welcome aboard!

(mua laurent) #375

Hi @casyazmon welcome aboard like Art said fork a repo and contribute. We’ll appreciate a lot ranging from little bugs to complex codes we just love those. Our projects can be found here

We look forward in seeing you often :slightly_smiling_face: @mua_rachmann

(Tafang Joshua) #376

Hi! My name is Tafang Joshua. I am a recently graduated Software Engineering student and a Tech Enthusiast. I enjoy programming and enjoy learning new programming languages. I also love playing soccer, playing video games and hanging out with friends. I presently code in React js, React Native, Laravel, python, Django and am also familiar with some relational database management systems like mongo DB and MYSQL. I look forward to contributing to Libre Health and making health care management an enjoyable experience.

(Tigpezeghe Rodrige Kwenchu) #377

Welcome @tafodinho. With your knowlege of Laravel and React, I assume that you know PHP and JavaScript respectivelt. You’re also good with MySQL. LibreHealth EHR is your home.

This is a good place to start:



(Yao Ayivor) #378

Ho Yao Ayivor here owner of Kwame Health and the KEMR range of medical solutions for the medical vertical.

(Besong Ndip Tambe) #379

Hello everyone, my name is Ndip Besong and I am new to open-source and programming as a whole. I have been programming for about six months now in and a friend recommended that I join an open-source community to better improve my skills and in return contibute to the community so that’s why I am here. I have been programming with Php, MySql and the Laravel framework. I aslo know HTML, CSS and JS. I just recently started java and android. I hope I can be of use to the community in my journery with LibreHealth. I am also looking forward to participating as a student for GSoC 2019.

Please how to I get started and move forward?

(Robby O'Connor) #380

Welcome to LibreHealth!

First – GSoC 2019 hasn’t even been announced yet – you’re way too early for that but not too early to start contributing. In fact contributing is a requirement to be accepted to Google Summer of Code.

Looks like LibreHealth EHR is your best project for now based on your skills. Have a look at the existing issues and see if you can contribute!

(mua laurent) #381

Welcome @besong23 like robby said. Have a look at the existing issues. There are currently many issues about 102 if i am not mistaken. Start off by solving one or two. If you have any issues you can join our chat here to pose your worries. First you should get the project(s) up and running before attempting to solve any issue :slightly_smiling_face: hope to see you around.

(Besong Ndip Tambe) #382

Thanks @mua_rachmann I am currently setting up the system and looking at the code base. Looking forward to working with you

(nkonda) #383

hi, my name is Randolph and I’m a 3rd year electrical engineering student. I am inspired by the good work that the community has done so far and to see how best I can contribute to openMRS and librehealth. I have programming background in c/php -i may not be an expert but i am looking forward to learning about openMRS/librehealth and working with the community to build more amazing health techs.

(mua laurent) #384

welcome @randolph, glad to have you around. We welcome contributions of all sorts . You might want to start here