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task #16509: Finish migration of documentation to docs.gnuhealth.org

Submitter:  Gerald Wiese <gerald_wiese>
Submitted:  Thu 29 Feb 2024 08:49:34 PM UTC
   
 
Should Start On:  Thu 29 Feb 2024 12:00:00 AM UTC Should be Finished on:  Fri 15 Mar 2024 12:00:00 AM UTC
Category:  Documentation Priority:  5 - Normal
Status:  In Progress Privacy:  Public
Assigned to:  None Percent Complete:  90%
Open/Closed:  Open Release:  4.4.0
Module:  Docs Component:  Hospital Management

Fri 15 Mar 2024 06:49:58 PM UTC, comment #1: 

This task kind of merged with the migration to Codeberg.
As of now we have migrated the repository health-doc from Mercurial/Savannah to Git/Codeberg.
Our domain docs.gnuhealth.org is already pointing to the new documentation on gnuhealth.codeberg.page.

We have now three branches:
Test for any changes you want to do on the current state
Main to merge them from time to time, this is the stable one and we point docs.gnuhealth.org on the build out of if
Future to document features of upcoming releases
All of them get deployed automatically into different targets, this is described in the Readme here in our new source repository:
https://codeberg.org/gnuhealth/documentation

This means that it is now possible again to modify the documentation from inside the browser.

There are still some todos left if you want to contribute:
https://docs.gnuhealth.org/his/todo.html

Gerald Wiese <gerald_wiese>
Group Member
Thu 29 Feb 2024 08:49:34 PM UTC, original submission:  

We have been working quite much on the documentation.

Once we have a state we are happy with we should also remove the majority from Wikibooks as we will not synchronize it with the new documentation on docs.gnuhealth.org.

Wikibooks will remain at least for the Developer's Corner and we might think of more sites to create that are free for everybody to modify.

Contributions for the documentation are still very desired but they will not get published without review in order to ensure a stable documentation in the future. And of course people can get direct access once they have contributed multiple times and things were working out nicely.

Please check if you have feedback on the new state of it or if you are able to fill empty chapters, improve something, etc.:

https://docs.gnuhealth.org/hmis

And read here for building locally and conventions for writing it:

https://docs.gnuhealth.org/hmis/techguide/contributing.html#writing-the-documentation

Gerald Wiese <gerald_wiese>
Group Member

 

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