GNU Health/Resources

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More GNU Health Resources[edit]

Besides the GNU Health documentation on Wikibooks (which you are reading right now), there are several other resources for the GNU Health community.


The official GNU Health Website can be found at

Mailing Lists[edit]

There are several mailing lists for information exchange via email:

  • health: General questions and discussions about GNU Health
  • health-announce: GNU Health releases and events (read-only list)
  • health-dev: Development, requests and bugs
  • health-security: Security advisories around GNU Health and its components (read-only list)
  • health-i18n: GNU Health localization and translation
  • health-es: General questions and discussions about GNU Health in Spanish
  • health-fr: General questions and discussions about GNU Health in French
  • health-pt: General questions and discussions about GNU Health in Portuguese

To subscribe to these mailing lists, please visit


The official GNU Health channel in Telegram is


For regular news updates we suggest that you follow GNU Health on Twitter at

IRC Channels[edit]

You can find live help at IRC in the following channels:

  • #gnu-health: English
  • #gnu-health-es: Spanish

You can use any IRC client or Free node web interface

Development Environment[edit]

On August 26th, 2011, the Free Software Foundation adopted GNU Health as an official GNU project. Since then, the development environment is hosted at GNU Savannah. Besides the mailing lists, here you can post bugs, tasks and check out the latest development version.

Community Demo Server[edit]

This server is in Europe and serves as a demo server to practice and see a running system. You can find more information in the Online Demo Database section of this book.