Project.net Documentation
Welcome to the Project.net documentation wiki. By putting the documentation in a public wiki, we hope to encourage Project.net users to find documentation errors and help fix them.
Think of Project.net as a tool box full of tools - the On-line Help is like the owner manual for each the individual tools, while the User Guide is intended to be the instruction manual that tells you how to use those tools to build a bookcase.
The Administrators' section covers installing, configuring and maintaining Project.net. It also includes topics such as using different languages with Project.net and customizing its appearance.
Have a great idea for a Project.net feature? Want to contribute to the development of Project.net? The Developer section is for you. Learn how to obtain the Project.net source code and build your own version, how to alter the code and contribute your changes back to the source tree right here in the Developer documentation.
- Developer Documentation - Project.net Developer Manual
 Help us make it better
Each Project.net page has a corresponding wiki page. If you see something that needs updating or correcting please help us by jumping in and editing it. If you read something that is not clear make a note of it on the discussion page.
The Project.net team monitors these changes and we will try to respond to these edits.
Thanks for your help.