There have and continue to be many OpenMRS-related projects . Some and some of the projects are documented on this wiki. OpenMRS has participated in Google Summer of Code for several years, we have hosted OpenMRS Internship projects, and we have many implementations and organizations continually working on various aspects of the system or integrating OpenMRS with other systems.
Keeping projects well-documented is an ongoing struggle in an open source community largely based on volunteer efforts. Please understand that some projects are more accurately documented than others.
If you are looking for ways to contribute, interested in finding/joining a project that could use your help, or want to share a description of your own OpenMRS-related project that you'd like help with, then browsing browsing unassigned projectsProjects is a good place to start.
These are currently currently active OpenMRS-related projects . Each project page should at least include a description of the project, the person(s) working on the project, the person(s) overseeing the project, link(s) to wiki pages or related resources, and names of any champions or interested parties. We encourage anyone involved (or interested in) a project to "watch" their project page – i.e., select Tools ? Watch Page from the wiki's menu in order to receive e-mail notifications of comments or edits.
These are OpenMRS implementation-related projects (not necessarily software programming, but involving other important aspects of implementation such as installation, administration, content management, support.
Projects that have been completed (or abandoned) may be moved to this section.
These are Projects that were described and may have been worked on, but nobody is actively working on them now.
Once the team members have been identified, they can be assigned roles on the project. On OpenMRS projects, team members may fill multiple roles. T
he The roles assigned may include:
We've listed many idea for projects in the pages above, but we're more than happy to entertain other ideas if you've got 'em. The OpenMRS framework allows any developer to explore creative modifications of OpenMRS through our module API, using Spring's AOP. With modules, any developer can create a hot-swappable "plugin" for OpenMRS akin to Mozilla's add-ins.
- We encourage module developers to save their code within our subversion repository.
- Modules are delivered to implementers through the Module Repository
Are you interested in OpenMRS and have ideas for potential projects/improvements that are not listed here? We would love to hear about them. Want to translate OpenMRS into another language? Or help with testing/mocking a new user interface design?