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 ... as a potential user of openIMIS

  • The best way to get started with openIMIS is a test-run on the Demo server.
  • A look at the Documentation might help you on your test run.

 ... as a local openIMIS implementer

  • do everything a potential user of openIMIS would do.
  • If you like what you see on the demo server, you could consider checking the Open source license, to see if the conditions (no license cost) are agreeable for you.
  • Follow the installation guide, to set up you own instance.
  • If you feel that you can handle the process, you might want to help to set up an openIMIS implementation for a real health financing organisation you know. Just go ahead - there is currently no certificate or license required for openIMIS implementers. If you need help beyond the available documentation, feel free to contact our Implementers Committee.

 ... as a member of the global openIMIS Implementers Committee

  • do everything a local openIMIS implementer would do.
  • if you think that this is fun and you want to be an openIMIS evangelist, you could consider joining the Implementers Committee. Just contact someone from the committee and ask about the conditions for joining. Actually there aren't really any.

 ... as an independent developer

  • do everything a local openIMIS implementer would do.

  • if you feel that you need to change code for your own purposes or you have a useful contribution to make, download the code from the git hub repositories and start programming away.You might want to follow the technical discussions in the Product Roadmap to see that your ideas are in line with what the Developers Committee is planning to do.

  • If you like what you have done, upload your code and create a pull request to get your code included into the masters version.

 ... as a member of the global openIMIS Developers Committee

  • do everything an independent developer would do.

  • if coding is for you and you want to contribute to the software of openIMIS on a regular basis, you might want to join the Developers Committee. Just contact someone from the committee and ask about the conditions for joining. Actually there arn't any. Be aware though, that currently most of the members are under some sort of a contract with the openIMIS Initiative - kindly respect that they have precise targets which have to be accomplished.

 ... as a member of the Technical Advisory Group

  • don't call us - we'll call you.
  • if we call you, this means that you have some certain skills that could help us with an acute problem that is currently being discussed in the Technical Advisory Group. We'd be glad if you would be available for a limited period of time to join us in our discussions and to share your knowledge.
  • if you don't want to wait for us to call you, you can still ask to participate.





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