You can participate in OpenClinic in some ways:
- Translating to others languages.
- Making CSS themes.
- Testing application and reporting bugs.
OpenClinic offers multilingual support, based in gettext. So anyone who wants to contribute to language, can create a new .po file (portable object) and enjoy his/her own language. Every language that it is sent to me will be included in the next version and will be released as language pack.
In case you want to make a CSS for OpenClinic, this is the scheme used in XHTML pages.
body | |-- div#wrap | |-- div#header | | | |-- p#logo | | | |-- ul#shortcuts | | | |-- div#tabs | |-- div#main | | | |-- div#content | |-- div#navigation | | | |-- ul | | | |- div#clinic_info .vcard .contact | |-- #footer | |-- ul#logos | |-- ul#sf_links | |-- ul#mini_logos | |-- div#app_info
And this way is how they are place each element inside the web design. Different colors means different depth levels.