I have seen that reddit is also sometimes used for DHIS2 questions.
Out of curiosity, and I am sure it is a discussion you already had many
Why DHIS2 doesnt have their own forum?
That is usually the case for open-source projects of that size, and it
would create a knowledge base.
The mailing list is not convinient, and Jira too technical & usually made
for the "official" team.
I did install last month a nodeBB forum for a friend and it is quite easy
and nice looking. For Q&A stuff there is Askbot, question2answer, praizaQA
2018-03-13 17:23 GMT+02:00 Lars Helge Øverland <l...@dhis2.org>:
> as some of you have noticed we have a *dhis2* tag on the *ProWebmasters*
> community on StackExchange. This platform is for Q&A, meaning concrete
> questions with concrete answers (as opposed to e.g. the long conversations
> you can find on the mailing lists).
> There are currently several open and unanswered questions which you can
> find here:
> It's much appreciated if anyone would like to contribute by answering
> best regards,
> Lars Helge Øverland
> Technical lead, DHIS 2
> University of Oslo
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