Welcome! Please introduce yourself.

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(George Junior Kamugasha) #1913

you are welcome David


(Velt hack) #1914

Welcome to the amazing open source project


(Kawira Bauni) #1915

Hello, am Kawira Bauni from Kenya with an interest in Health informatics, looking forward to learn about OpenMrs and interact with the community.


(Herbert Yiga) #1916

heilo,welcome to our lovely community kindly look here to get started https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/docs/Getting+Started+as+a+Developer


(abdillahi ali) #1917

Hello everyone, my name is Taib from Kenya studying Msc. Health Informatics, I am looking forward to interact and learn from the community


(Herbert Yiga) #1918

heilo,your greatly welcome to the community kindly look at this to get started https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/docs/Getting+Started+as+a+Developer


(abdillahi ali) #1919

Thanks @herbert24


(anuj gupta) #1920

hello everyone. Iam a student and very much interested in learning new skills. while basically i have the interest in coding and computing.


(Herbert Yiga) #1921

Heilo,your are greatly welcome to the community kindly follow this link to get started https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/docs/Getting+Started+as+a+Developer


(Fatuma Abdi) #1922

Hello all, Am Fatuma Abdi currently doing MSc Health Informatics at Moi University,Nairobi Kenya.Though I have a background in Public Health I have been involved in Technical documentation on mUzima wiki and participate in testing of the application.Am happy to be part of you and learn from you all. Thanks.


(Herbert Yiga) #1923

Heilo,your are highly welcome to our community kindly look at this link so as to start off https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/docs/Getting+Started+as+a+Developer


(Sumit Paroothi) #1924

Hello ,I’m Sumit Paroothi from India. I am relatively new to open source world. I am fairly acquainted to Java EE. I hope to contribute to OpenMRS community. Looking forward to an exciting and fulfilling journey :D.


(Herbert Yiga) #1925

heilo,welcome to the community kindly look at this link to get started https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/docs/Getting+Started+as+a+Developer


my introduction to openmrs
(Adrian Serapio) #1926

Hi! I am Adrian, from the Philippines, aged 16! I hope that I will be able to contribute more to OpenMRS. :slight_smile:

I like web technologies, and also machine learning.

I joined OpenMRS through GCI and hope to contribute to the wonderful initiative. :slight_smile:


(Irene Nyakate) #1927

hello @adtserapio you are welcome to the OpenMRS community, we look forward to your contribution. Please you can visit these pages to further your contribution https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/docs/Getting+Started+as+a+Developer and https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/RES/OpenMRS+Developer+Stages


(Qasim Khan) #1928

Hello, my name is Qasim, 17 years old, and I’m from Pakistan. I joined OpenMRS through GCI 2018. I like OpenMRS particularly because the project is very effective in tackling the global issue of health awareness. I look forward to contributing to OpenMRS through blogs, UI Improvements, videos, and posters that will be beneficial to the community :slight_smile:


(Juliet Wamalwa) #1929

Welcome to the community and we look forward for your contribution.


(Burke Mamlin) #1930

A post was split to a new topic: How do I help with translation to Arabic?


(Burke Mamlin) #1931

A post was split to a new topic: Understanding how modules work


(Madhav Kauntia) #1932

Hello everyone, I’m Madhav Kauntia, a second year student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering in the field of Computer Science from Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, India. This is my first time working with OpenMRS and I look forward to contributing as a part of my GSoC’19 project. I have already gone through the DevManual and set up my development environment. I look forward to working on some code reviews and becoming familiar with the usage of the Jira Tracker. I have a lot of doubts and I look forward to healthy interaction with the other developers who can guide me. I really hope I get to make a difference here, and learn a lot while doing so. Thank you!