Project: Help us Improve LibreHealth Toolkit Documentation

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outreachy19-midyear

(Robby O'Connor) #1

This is the topic which will be used for Outreachy Interns to ask questions about this project.

The project can be found here:


(Srestha Srivastava) #6

Hey, I am an outreachy applicant and would like to contribute to this project. Please help me find my first issue.


(Nikita Sharma) #8

Hello, I am an outreachy applicant and I would like to be a part of this project. I need to know about an Issue that I could work on.


(Neha Gupta) #9

Hey! The project looks quite interesting to me as I’m a software developer and am familiar with docker and other container orchestration tools. I generally use latex for documentation. I’m on the first task. Looking forward to share with you soon. :slight_smile:


(Robby O'Connor) #10

@nehagup, @nikitaa30, @twisted-sres

You all need to join our chat. All information is there. Everything you need to get started is included on the outreachy project page.

The ideal candidate will have good attention to detail and part of that is reading all the documentation and being able to largely condense it down for people who may not be familiar. You can of course link to authoritative sources such as the official documentation. The Docker documetation is actually pretty good.


(Olena Stoliarova) #11

I created two PRs with changes to the documentation. I don’t know if I have to duplicate them here (they were merged). I also made a guide on Docker installation for Windows10. You can find it here: https://github.com/Olena23/docker-installation-pc/blob/master/Docker_installation_PC.md


(Robby O'Connor) #12

If you would – merge this with our current guide?


(Olena Stoliarova) #13

Done! https://gitlab.com/librehealth/toolkit/lh-toolkit-docker/merge_requests/3


(Nikita Jiandani) #14

I added a new section in the README.md of the lh-radiology-docker repository on GitLab on how to set up DICOM Web Viewer variables. :slightly_smiling_face: https://gitlab.com/librehealth/radiology/lh-radiology-docker/merge_requests/6


(Olena Stoliarova) #15

https://gitlab.com/librehealth/radiology/lh-radiology-docker/merge_requests/5

I updated README.md, included screenshots for all steps, removed a section on pulling individual containers (this is done later when using docker-compose up), created a README file for Windows with steps on Docker installation and running the project and moved screenshots to a separate directory Images


(Sharada Panchal) #16

Hi, I am an Outreachy applicant would like to contribute to this project.


(Robby O'Connor) #17

@sharada.panchal,

You will need to join our chat. All information is there. Everything you need to get started is included on the outreachy project page.

The ideal candidate will have good attention to detail and part of that is reading all the documentation and being able to largely condense it down for people who may not be familiar. You can of course link to authoritative sources such as the official documentation. The Docker documentation is actually pretty good.


(Sharada Panchal) #18

@r0bby

Sure. I have tried to connect on chat window, but the below chat URL is not working, kindly suggest.

https://chat.librehealth.io/channel/outreachy


(Robby O'Connor) #19

What errors are you getting?


(Sharada Panchal) #20

It is taking long time to load


(Robby O'Connor) #21

Try now. It has worked for everyone else, should work now.


(Sharada Panchal) #22

It’s working now, thanks


(Jenniline Ebai) #23

Hi. I am an outreachy applicant and will like to contribute to this project. Will like to have some issues to work on and some guides.


(Robby O'Connor) #24

@Jenniline,

Welcome – All the information you need is on the project description. Additionally, check all the pinned messages on our Chat.


(Nidhi Kumari) #25

Hi, I am an Outreachy applicant would like to contribute to this project.