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Submitting Clinical Content

In this chapter we will show you how to easily share your FHIR resource with our dot.base community. This way you can help other dot.base users to benefit from your well thought-out questionnaires.

1. Commit your changes

You commit your changes in the files by clicking on (1) Source code management in the editor on the left bar, then briefly describe the changes you made as a (2) message and finally commit and push them via (3) clicking the checkmark.

commiting locally

Alternatively, you can check out this Youtube video on how to commit and push in VSCode Editor.

2. How to create a pull requests in Github

After committing your changes to your own fork of the samples repository, it´s time to contribute to the original dotbase samples repository by making a pull request.

There are already good instructions out there on Youtube, that explains the process of a pull request. If you just need to brush up on your knowledge, this video might fit the bill. If you are new to the process, this is a more detailed video.