The OpenLMIS wiki is the primary source for Community and Product-related content.
On the wiki users will find documentation relating to Community meetings, notes, and forums, as well as product-related information such as product design considerations, re-architecture project management, a developer guide, and much more.
The OpenLMIS wiki is publicly available and no account is necessary to view.
For read/write access, sign up for an Atlassian account to become a “trusted user” of the OpenLMIS wiki
ReadtheDocs contains developer-oriented OpenLMIS documentation.
On ReadtheDocs, users can find developer docs, ERD schemas, an OpenLMIS coding style guide, and API documentation.
OpenLMIS software development is managed through JIRA.
In JIRA, users can view all open issues and tickets relating to OpenLMIS product development. The OpenLMIS JIRA project is publicly available, and may be viewed without an account. Anyone can create an account in order to report bugs or suggest improvements.
Source code for OpenLMIS is available on GitHub and organized in many different repositories for each service (component) of OpenLMIS.
Visit the OpenLMIS project on GitHub to view and download source code and READMEs.
OpenLMIS believes in a diverse and welcoming environment for all its Community members, and follows the Contributor Covenant version 1.4 http://contributor-covenant.org
Many open source projects have adopted the Contributor Covenant, which outlines respectful and appropriate behavior within an online, open source community.
Please email the OpenLMIS Community Manager directly, explaining your situation. The Community Manager will work to address the issue and maintain confidentiality of the concerned parties as appropriate.
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