Someone (I am not sure if he wants to read his name at this place) suggested via email to create a Wikipedia page about Bahmni. This could then be added to the List of Open-Source Health Software. As of the contents he suggests to talk about the software's features, history, usage, and milestones while being neutral. As a good example he mentioned the Wikipedia page of GNU Health and Ginkgo CADx for a minimum version.
Currently Bahmni is only mentioned in Wikipedia under OpenMRS#Distributions and as a product of ThoughWorks.
My suggestion is to create a draft for a Wikipedia article on Google docs, together with the people here in the Bahmni section of the OpenMRS forum.
Let's try if it works out to let everybody with this link edit the document:
When the page is fulfilling all the requirements (link1, link2, link3) I could create the Wikipedia page. However, I am not an editor there yet so we'll have to see if they trust by the name of my email address that I am not a ThoughtWorks employee.
Maybe we can use this thread to get answers about the project structure from the ThoughtWorks team.