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en:community:guidelines [2016/09/24 10:45]
Jérôme Pinguet [Development]
en:community:guidelines [2016/10/27 16:05] (current)
Jérôme Pinguet [Code]
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   * make the code easily forkable   * make the code easily forkable
     * avoid hardcoding branding, project names, url: eg let's use "​EHR_UPDATE_URL"​ instead of "​FREEHEALTH_UPDATE_URL"​ for the constant and "/​ehr-update.txt",​ not "​freehealth-update.txt"​ for the update check url     * avoid hardcoding branding, project names, url: eg let's use "​EHR_UPDATE_URL"​ instead of "​FREEHEALTH_UPDATE_URL"​ for the constant and "/​ehr-update.txt",​ not "​freehealth-update.txt"​ for the update check url
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 +===== Business =====
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 +FreeHealth is about free and open source software. Private initiatives that respect the GPL license and that are committed to share their improvements or additions to the code will get full support from us. 
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 +You are free to fork and modify the code and to make profit out of it, as long as you respect the GPLv3 (this includes publishing the source code online if your software is available online).
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 +If you want active help and support from FreeHealth devs, you will also have to share code with upstream, on our public repositories.
 +FreeHealth institutional and private users need professional services. Businesses that provide those services are adding value to the platform.
 +Individual developers or companies that contributed significantly to FreeHealth will be listed on the website and users will be encouraged to contact those significant contributors for professional services and support.
en/community/guidelines.txt · Last modified: 2016/10/27 16:05 by Jérôme Pinguet