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Table of Contents - SourceForge.net Documentation

I. About SourceForge.net and Open Source Software

A. What is SourceForge.net?

  1. About our Mirror Network / Join our Mirror Network

B. What is Open Source software?

C. Where can I get help?

  1. Contact us
  2. Report a bug or issue
  3. Check service availability/site status
  4. Request an Enhancement

D. About this documentation

E. Terms of Use

F. APIs at SourceForge.net

  1. API - Beta
  2. Download Stats API

G. The SourceForge Community

  1. Project of the Month

H. Open Source Research


II. Managing your SourceForge.net User Account

A. Register a New Account

B. User Account Information

  1. Managing Email Notifications

C. Using OpenID

D. Managing Your User Mail

  1. About your SF.net Email Alias
  2. Problems with User Mail

III. Finding Software on SourceForge

A. Tips on navigating the site

B. Downloading and installing software

C. Getting help on software you've downloaded from the site


IV. Hosting your project on SourceForge

A. Services overview

  1. Project Administration tools
  2. Releasing files for Download
  3. Interactive Shell Service
  4. Ticket Tracker
  5. Wiki
  6. Source Code Management (SCM)
  7. Discussion Forums
  8. Disk Quotas
  9. RSS Feeds
  10. Adding Screenshots
  11. Recruiting Collaborators

B. Creating a new project

C. Managing your project

  1. Adding Contributors/Managing Permissions
  2. Backing up your data
  3. Accepting Donations
  4. Renaming your Project
  5. Importing Project Data

D. Taking over an abandoned project or Joining an Existing Project

E. Monitoring the success of your project

  1. Project Statistics
  2. About Relevance in Search Results
  3. Web Analytics
  1. Tips for keeping your project secure
  2. Tips for making your project successful

V. Project Web Services and Developer Web Services

A. Project Web Services

B. Developer Web Services

C. PW and DW Details

  1. Custom VHOSTs
  2. Hosted Apps
  3. phpMyAdmin
  4. Project Statistics
  5. Web Analytics
  6. Use of SF.net logo
  7. Managing Files
  8. Backing up your Data

VI. Contributing to the SourceForge Code

A. About the SourceForge open source project (Allura)

B. Start Contributing to Allura