> On Fri, Nov 16, 2012 at 9:36 PM, Luis Falcon <address@hidden
>> Hi Ronald !
>> On Thu, Nov 15, 2012 at 5:31 AM, ronald munjoma <address@hidden
>> > Good day,
>> > 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 what does not work, what is out of date and what needs to be improved).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)?
>> It sounds like a good idea to use another space for the documentation
>> discussion. Both either in health-documentation list or in the same
>> Wikibooks discussion area. Actually both complement each other, so
>> they could co-exist.
>> > 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
>> The user manual and technical manual schema already exists at Wikibooks.
>> > 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.
>> We need to be able to deliver all the documentation with 1.8. So
>> probably the best starting point is to start filling up the current
>> undocumented sections.
>> >  http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/GNU_Health
>> >  http://doc.tryton.org/2.4/
>> > Regards
>> > Ronald Munjoma
>> Luis Falcon
>> GNU Health