wiki:WikiStart

Version 8 (modified by Gregory Vincic, 15 years ago) (diff)

Added Dictionary link below the Documentation? section

Recent Changes

Feb 4, 2019

Welcome to Proteios 2.x development site

The bugtracking system that we decided to use is called Trac. It allows any Proteios user to submit a bug report, or suggest a new functionality. Choose New Ticket and follow the instructions.

For source code version control we use subversion. Everyone is allowed anonymous checkout the project, but only developers can commit changes to the repository.

Download

If you want to live on bleeding edge software, download the latest (maybe unstable) 2.x version through

svn checkout http://lev.thep.lu.se/repository/proteios/trunk/ proteios

The latest stable package is found at Proteios packages. Bleeding edge version 1.x can be downloaded through Proteios 1.x trac pages.

Documentation

Mailing lists

There are three Sourceforge hosted mailing lists for the Proteios project.

proteios-discuss

This list is the right place to ask questions about Proteios. It is also supposed to be a forum for discussion about desired features, comparison with other software, and so on. For several reasons, posting is restricted to subscribers only. Please browse the list archive before posting, as frequently asked questions probably have been answered already.

subscibe/unsubscribe list archive

proteios-developers

This list is for discussions about Proteios development. For several reasons, posting is restricted to subscribers only. Please browse the list archive before posting, as frequently asked questions probably have been answered already.

subscibe/unsubscribe list archive

proteios-announce

This is a low-traffic moderated list and will only be used for announcements regarding Proteios, for instance when a new version is released.

subscibe/unsubscribe list archive

License

Proteios is licensed under General Public License(GPL).


Trac Starting Points

TracGuide is a good place to start.

You can use trac-admin to configure Trac to better fit your project, especially in regard to components, versions and milestones.

For a complete list of local wiki pages, see TitleIndex.

Trac is brought to you by Edgewall Software, providing professional Linux and software development services to clients worldwide. Visit http://www.edgewall.com/ for more information.