Let's keep going!

Month after month, fellow community members continue with a spirit of love and dedication to support each other in engaging in the DHIS2 project. In our #copmonthly, we take a moment to appreciate this supportive community that is helping and connecting people from around the world. Thank you!

With great appreciation and encouragement, thank you all!

Good Samaritans

Without Good Samaritans, there’s no community! We are very thankful to all users for contributing to the CoP especially when helping other users. Samaritans, thank you for making others feel at home!
@Barnabas_Akumba | @kwebihaf | @jthomas | @Ulanbek | @e4eDHIS2 | @Natalie_Tibbels | @josephatjulius | @bridget | @Paul | @Namibia | @pmpdelcroix | @Chase.Freeman | @Kose | @Potlaki | @diallotafsir52 | @mkannan | @sybghat | @nnkogift | @Emma013 | @andualem.aklilu | @SferaDev | @jomutsani

Bug Hunters

Many users who faced issues and discussed them with the community were very helpful in finding bugs. These bug hunters create Jira issues (with link to the CoP post) and support the development of DHIS2.
@Ulanbek | @asacur | @jthomas | @vincentminde | @mutali

Feature Finders

Whenever a user is trying to accomplish something with the software but it seems to be a daunting and complicated task, the CoP is a great place to discuss if there’s an easier way or an alternative solution. In fact, sometimes there is a workaround, and sometimes it turns out to be a feature request to be added in future DHIS2 releases. After discussion with the community, these Feature Finders create feature requests to shape the future of DHIS2!

Thank you!

Top 10 Active Members in February 2022:

Username Name Country
ferdinandmussavene ferdinand MOZAMBIQUE
nuttapol Nuttapol THAILAND
linxd 晓东 林 CHINA
asacur Abdul Sacur MOZAMBIQUE
Ulanbek Ulanbek KYRGYZSTAN
fernandoshake fernando shake MOZAMBIQUE
swoodworth Simon Woodworth IRELAND
vincentminde Vincent Minde TANZANIA
amjadhiary Amjad JORDAN

Top Posts of the Month:

Did you know that the DHIS2 software has been translated into several languages with work in progress from community members from around the world? The diversity in the DHIS2 global community allows users to help each other in a way that crosses language barriers. The top posts of the month show how helpful, diverse, and interactive DHIS2 communities are.

The first post is in the Arabic community where a new member asked for support in getting started with installing DHIS2 and had a question about DHIS2 availability in Arabic:
The second top post of the month in the developer community where there was a discussion about a bug issue, suggested work arounds, and reporting the issue on jira:
One more thing! Guess what’s back live? The developer’s meetups! :heart_eyes:

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This is an excellent CoP Monthly pulse! <3


:heart_eyes: thanks! It’s getting its pulse from our fellow community members! :pray:


Love this snapshot of everything that is happening in the CoP every month! :raised_hands: