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Thu, 15 Nov 2012 10:31:11 +0200
There has been a lot of requests for documentation on GNU Health on and off list. The current documentation resides on Wikibooks 
The documentation of GNU Health is community built and community maintained (with most of the work been done by GNU Solidario, and that should change).
I agree with everyone that the documentation could be improved and more functionality could be covered. I will be very grateful if community members could provide feedback on the current documentation (comments on what works, what does not work, what is out of date and what needs to be improved).
Do we need to create a mailing list for people interested in the documentation project? Or should we continue to have documentation related discussions on the general list (creating some noise for those not interested in the subject)?
Which areas, modules and functionality do you want documented first? Health Services (Billing), Insurance??
Is there documentation that we can borrow or reference to from Tryton documentation 
Is there need to split the existing documentation  into?:
- user manual/guide
- implementer/administrator guide
- developer guide
In a chat I had with Luis he advised that the target is that by the next series 1.8.x ( with Tryton 2.6 support ) all the current functionality should be documented by then.
your comments, views and suggestions are welcome in an effort to improve the GNU Health documentation.
- [Health] Documentation,
ronald munjoma <=