Contributing to Biomedical Blockchain Initiatives
The Biomedical Blockchain Initiatives were initially developed by the Health Data and Design Innovation (HD2i) within the Institute of Next Generation Health (INGH) at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. We strongly encourage you to contribute to this list by adding new initiatives, updating outdated information, correcting errors, or proposing new metrics you believe are useful to include.
To maintain the integrity of this list, we request that any changes or additon of new companies remain as objective as possible.
To contribute to our compiled list of Blockchain Initiatives, you can use one of two methods.
If you feel comfortable, you can use a pull request to propose changes or new initiatives. To do so:
- Fork the repo and create your branch from
- Add a new initiative or modify an existing one in the the README.md. Please try to be as objective as possible.
- Issue that pull request!
- We'll approve/deny and update the README.md accordingly.
Create an Issue
If you don't feel as comfortable using a pull request, you can create an issue. When creating the issue, make sure to tag it with the appropriate label. The available labels are:
- New Initiative: If you request to add a new initiative that is not already listed
- Amend Initiative: If you request to amend an initiative that is already listed
- Remove Initiative: If you request to remove an initiative that is no longer active
In the issue, please list as many relevant details as you can. We will then review and update the README.md accordingly, in a timely manner.
By contributing, you agree that your contributions will be licensed under its MIT License.