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Managing a Project

If you're an administrator for a project, you can change the project's settings on the Manage page.


Opening the Manage Page

To manage a project:

  1. Click My Page in the right navbar.



    Note: If you don't see My Page under Navigation, click your username under Community, then click My Page when the Navigation selections appear.

  2. Scroll to the project and click Manage.



  3. The Manage page opens.

On the Manage page, you see the following tabs:

  • Settings—Basic settings, like title, description, tags, and license. On this tab, you can select more than one license. Each license has a link to a description of the license.
  • Image—Upload an image for your project page.
  • Links—Add a set of relevant links to the sidebar that's displayed to the left of your project page.
  • Members—Manage members of your project.
  • Features—Manage the following features:
  • Emails—Customize the email that is sent automatically to new members of your project.
  • Web Hooks—Supply a URL to a web page where you have code to handle JSON output from project events, like commits to a code repository.

Settings Tab


To open the page this tab is on, see Opening the Manage Page.

This tab enables you to set basic settings for the project, available when the project was first created. You can change any of the settings on this tab. For example, if you just chose defaults or did the bare minimum to get the project created, you can fix that on this tab. You can also use this tab to delete the project. The Delete button appears at the bottom of the page if you are the only member of the project.

Note: The project name, which is part of the project URL, is not on the Settings tab because it cannot be changed once the project has been created.

Project Settings

  • Project Owner—Initially, the username of the member who created the project. Project ownership can be assigned by the owner to any administrator of the project.
  • Project Title—A descriptive title that will be shown in lists of projects. Maximum of 40 characters. (for example, JavaEE)
  • Description—Enter a detailed description of your project, including things like development status. Maximum of 500 characters.
  • Tags—Tags are search terms that users can use to find your project.
  • License—The source code license that you require members of your project to agree to when they participate in, and especially when they contribute to, the project. Choose one or more from the list.
  • Parent Project—If your project is part of another project, you can specify that project here. For example, if your project is a sub-project of a larger project, you would select that larger project as the Parent. Links will be automatically generated between child and parent projects.

Deleting a Project

Only the owner of a project can delete it. To see if you're the owner, check the Project Owner field on the Settings tab (see Settings Tab above).

Before you delete a project, be sure to notify all your project members and give them time to move data off the project.

Note: You must delete all members but yourself from the project before the Delete button will show.

To delete the project, click the Delete button at the bottom of the Settings tab.

Image Tab


To open the page this tab is on, see Opening the Manage Page.

On this tab you can upload an image for your project. Make sure you have rights to use the image before uploading it.

Since the image will be cropped to a square image and resized to 100 pixels by 100 pixels, you might want to work with the image in a graphics editor to get it close to that size before uploading it. In particular, cropping the image to make it square will make the biggest difference. Also, you might need to resave it as a smaller image if it's bigger than 500 KB.

For example, the following image isn't square. Here's how it looks before uploading:

And here's how it looks after being uploaded to the site and automatically cropped and resized:

One way to make this image look better is to edit it before you upload it. If you crop it to a square image and center the part you think is important, you're more likely to see what you want on the site. For example, the original image was cropped around the frog's face and made into a square. Here's how it looked after uploading:

Links Tab


To open the page this tab is on, see Opening the Manage Page.

You can add links that are relevant to this project as a convenience for your members and others looking at the project page. Click Add Link to add a new link. The link text can be up to 25 characters, and the URI must be a fully formed Web address, such as http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help.

Members Tab


To open the page this tab is on, see Opening the Manage Page.

You can add members to your project if they have usernames on this site. To search for people or see a list of usernames, click the People link (or right-click it and open it in a new tab or window so you don't lose this settings tab). People can also request to become members of the project by signing up on the project page and requesting a role. If someone does that, you as a project administrator will receive a notification of the request.

  • To add a member: Click Add Member and enter the username. Pick an appropriate role (Observer, Software Developer, Content Developer, or Administrator) and status (Active or Inactive).
  • To delete a member: Click the More droplist to the right of the member's name and choose Delete.
    Note: When you delete a member who's in an administrator role, make sure to delete their mailing list subscriptions as well. You have to do this because administrators are automatically subscribed to the project mailing lists when added to a project, but they aren't removed from mailing lists when removed from the project.
  • To change a member's role or status, or to substitute a new member: Click Edit to the right of the member's name, change the settings, and click Update.

Here's a quick guide to the default definitions for project roles:

RoleDescription of Default Permissions
Administrator King of the Mountain. Owns the project and can perform all project administration tasks.
Software Developer  Top level developer. Can do anything with the code and content.
Content Developer  Second level developer. Typically, can edit the wiki, but not commit code.
Observer Here to watch, comment, and connect.
Unregistered  Logged in as a netbeans.org user, but not watching or otherwise participating in this project.
Unauthenticated  Not logged in as a user of netbeans.org

Note: The project administrator can set the permissions for all the roles to those that make sense for the project. Each feature described below under Features Tab has its own permissions settings.

For a table showing all the default permissions settings, see Default Project Activity Permissions.

Features Tab

On this tab, you can remove project features, add features, like a source code management system or bug tracker, or manage features, for example, by setting permissions for actions for each user role or by changing the feature's name or description.

Note: To open the page this tab is on, see Opening the Manage Page.

Here's what you can do with each feature.

Issue Tracking

This feature is on the Features tab on the Manage page, as described above under Opening the Manage Page.

Issue tracking is a feature that helps you keep track of bugs and feature requests. The site provides the Bugzilla issue tracker for projects. If, instead, you prefer to use an issue tracker external to the site, you can do that by specifying External Issue Tracker when you add an issue tracker (see Adding an Issue Tracker below). The following figure shows the issue tracking section of the Manage page with an existing issue tracker:


Note: The message saying that you cannot add another issue tracker is replaced by Add when there is no issue tracker, as you can see below under Adding an Issue Tracker.

You can do the following management tasks with issue tracking.

Adding an Issue Tracker

If you see Add next to the Issue Tracking feature name, you can add an issue tracker to your project.

Note: If you add an issue tracker, your project automatically gets an Issues mailing list tied to the issue tracking system.

To add an issue tracker:

  1. Click Add next to the Issue Tracking feature name. You see the following inline dialog open:
  2. Add a Display Name for your issue tracker and pick the tracker you want to use from the Issue Tracker droplist.
  3. Optionally add a description.
  4. For the Issue Tracker droplist, if you choose Bugzilla, click the Add button, and your issue tracker will be hooked up to your project.
  5. For the Issue Tracker droplist, if you choose External Issue Tracker, a URL field opens:

  6. Enter the URL where your issue tracker is located, then click the Add button to add it. For example, as shown in the figure above, if your project is JRuby, you might enter http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/JRUBY.

Deleting an Issue Tracker

Click more to the right of the issue tracker name and click Delete.

Note: After the issue tracker is deleted, Add appears next to the Issue Tacking feature name.

Renaming the Issue Tracker

Click Edit to the right of the issue tracker name.

In the Edit dialog, you can change the Display Name that users of your project see for your issue tracker, as well as the description.

Managing Issue Tracker Roles and Tasks

From the netbeans.org point of view, the tasks users can perform in an issue tracker (like creating bugs, editing bugs, and so on) depend on their roles in the project. You can't change the issue tracker permissions for individual project roles in this manage page as you can with other features, but you can move your project members to new netbeans.org roles. To see how the roles map for each type of issue tracker, see Issue Tracking on the Default Project Activity Permissions page.

Note: In addition to changing your members' roles in your netbeans.org project, you can change what groups can do in Bugzilla. In Bugzilla, you can assign group controls to your project as described on the Bugzilla help page Assigning Group Controls to Products.

For information on the netbeans.org roles, see the role definitions above.

Mailing Lists

This feature is on the Features tab on the Manage page, as described above under Opening the Manage Page.

You can add new mailing lists, delete lists, and manage them here.

Note: If you add an issue tracker, your project automatically gets an Issues mailing list tied to the issue tracking system. If you add a code repository, your project gets a Commits mailing list tied to the source control system.

You can do the following management tasks with mailing lists:

  • Adding a Mailing List—Click Add next to Mailing List and then enter the URI and name of the mailing list. The description is optional, but useful for your members. The URI becomes part of the URL for the mailing list and can consist of letters, numbers, and underscores only.
  • Deleting a Mailing List—Click the more droplist to the right of the mailing list name and choose Delete.
  • Editing a Mailing List's Settings—Click Edit to the right of the mailing list name and change any of the fields described in Adding a Mailing List above.
  • Setting Role Permissions—Click the more droplist to the right of the mailing list name and choose Set Role Permissions.


    You see a table of checkboxes showing roles and actions those roles can take with this mailing list. (For information on the roles, see the role definitions above.)
    • View List—Allowed to see the list online.
    • Administer List—Allowed to add and remove subscribers, rename list, make list moderated or not, add moderators, add list owners, and so on.
    • View Archive—Allowed to see the archive of mailing list messages.
    • Close List—Allowed to shut the list down. The archive remains available, but the mailing list becomes inactive.
    • Moderate Posts—If the list is moderated, receives posts and is responsible for approving them before they go to the list. See Send Scheme below for information on making a list moderated.
    • Compose on Web—Allowed to compose messages on this site with the email editor. Users who aren't allowed to compose on the web must use their own email clients to send emails to the list.
    • Subscribe to List—Allowed to subscribe and receive messages from the list. For example, you could limit this permission to members of the project.
  • Managing a List—Click the list description link (for example, Commits Mailing List) and choose Manage List under that list item. For more information, see Managing Mailing Lists.

Source Code Repository

This feature is on the Features tab on the Manage page, as described above under Opening the Manage Page.

You can choose a supported source code management (SCM) system, Subversion or Mercurial, and your project will be set up with a repository for that SCM. If you choose External Source Code Repository, nothing will be set up for you on this site, and you have to do it yourself as described below under Adding an External Repository.

You can have more than one repository of more than one type. This feature lets you add, delete, and manage repositories, and also lets you determine who can check files in and out and who can browse your repositories.

You can do the following management tasks with source code repositories:

Adding a Subversion or Mercurial Source Code Repository

Note: If you add a code repository, your project also gets a Commits mailing list tied to the source control system.

To add a Subversion or Mercurial repository:

  1. Click Add next to Source Code Repository and then enter the Display Name and the Name of the repository.
    The Name is used in the repository URL and has to be unique for this project's repositories. It can contain alphanumeric characters and underscores.
  2. Select which Source Control System type you want this repository to be, Subversion or Mercurial.
  3. Set the email commit message type, as described below.
  4. Click the Add button.

Adding an External Repository

To add a repository for your project that's external to this site:

  1. Click Add next to Source Code Repository and then enter the Display Name and the Name of the repository as described above.
  2. Select External Link from the Source Control System droplist.
  3. Enter the URL or command line for checking out the source code. This URL is displayed as text that a project member can cut and paste into an SCM client later.
    For example, for the GlassFish project on Java.net, you might enter
    cvs -d :pserver:{username}@cvs.dev.java.net/cvs checkout glassfish
  4. Optionally enter the URL for browsing the source code.
    For example, for java.net, this is usually something like
    https://glassfish.dev.java.net/source/browse/glassfish
  5. Click the Add button.

Setting Size of Email Commit Messages

Click Edit to the right of the repository name.

Change the Commit Message Type (shown in the figure above) to:

  • verbose—With each commit to the repository, send an email that contains a full log of all changes made.
  • compact—With each commit to the repository, send an email that contains basic commit information only.
  • none— Disable commit emails entirely.

Deleting a Source Code Repository

Click the more droplist to the right of the repository name and choose Delete.

You will be asked to confirm the deletion because deleting a repository can destroy a lot of code and code history.

Editing a Source Code Repository's Settings

Click Edit to the right of the repository name.

The fields you can edit are described above under Adding a Subversion or Mercurial Source Code Repository. You cannot change the type of repository, but you can change the feature name, display name, and commit message type.

Setting Role Permissions

Click the more droplist to the right of the repository name and choose Set Role Permissions.

You see a table of checkboxes showing roles and actions those roles can take with a repository. The tasks you can set for the various roles are simple: Perform Checkouts and Perform Checkins.

Perform Checkouts includes source code browsing, so changing permissions for this task also changes who can browse your source code.

For information on the roles, see the role definitions above.

Note: Changes to repository permission don't take effect immediately, but take about 15 minutes to propagate.

Copying an Existing Subversion Repository Into Your Project's Subversion Repository

If you have an existing external Subversion repository that you would like to begin using in your project, you can either point directly to it as an external repository, as described above at Adding an External Repository, or you can use Subversion's svnsync command to copy your entire existing repository into your project's subversion repository. You must be a project administrator to use svnsync with your project's repository.

To copy the repository with svnsync:

  1. If necessary, set up a netbeans.org repository as described above at Source Code Repository.
  2. If necessary, set up your local system to use Subversion.
  3. On your local system, run the following svnsync commands and substitute the URLs for your project repository and your external repository:

   > svnsync init https://netbeans.org/svn/your-project-repos
       http://www.somesite.org/your-ext-project/svn/your-repos

   > svnsync sync https://netbeans.org/svn/your-project-repos

Note: You don't have to set up the pre-revprop-change hook. It's already set up for your netbeans.org Subversion repositories. The hook script requires only that you be a project administrator.

For more information on svnsync, see http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/notes/svnsync.txt.

Wiki

This feature is on the Features tab on the Manage page, as described above under Opening the Manage Page.

A project can have one wiki that can have many pages.

You can do the following management tasks with wikis:

  • Adding a Wiki—Click Add in the Wiki heading bar and give the wiki a display name and an optional description. You can also set the name of the home page, which defaults to Home.
  • Renaming a Wiki—Click Edit to the right of the wiki name.

    You can change the name users of your project see on the project page. You can also change the description here, as well as the home page, as described below.
  • Setting the Wiki Home Page—Click Edit to the right of the wiki name and enter a wiki page name in the Wiki Default Page field. This sets the page that displays when the user clicks the wiki's link on the project's home page.
  • Setting Role Permissions—Click the more droplist to the right of the Wiki's name and choose Set Role Permissions.

    You see a table of checkboxes showing roles and actions those roles can take with the wiki. The tasks you can set for the various roles are simple: Delete Pages, View Pages, and Edit Pages. Think about who you want to give access to the wiki and set up roles accordingly. For information on the roles, see the role definitions above.
  • Making the Wiki Home Page Your Project Home Page—See WikiHomePage for more information.

For general information on working with wikis and using wiki formatting tags, see About Wikis.

Downloads

This feature is on the Features tab on the Manage page, as described above under Opening the Manage Page.

A project has a Downloads area for files that you want to make available for download. Another use of this feature is to enable people to upload files, like log files, to help you debug issues they've encountered.

You can do the following management tasks with the Downloads list:

  • Renaming the Downloads list—Click Edit to the right of the download list's name.

    You can change the name users of your project see on the project page. You can also enter a description for the list.
  • Deleting the Downloads list—Click the more droplist to the right of the downloads list name and choose Delete.
  • Setting Role Permissions—Click the more droplist to the right of the download list's name and choose Set Role Permissions.

    You see a table of checkboxes showing roles and actions those roles can take with the download area. The tasks you can set for the various roles are simple: Upload Files, Download files, Edit upload, and Delete upload.

    By default, uploading files to the list, deleting a file from the list, and changing the information displayed for a file in the list can only be done by a project administrator. Additionally, by default, anyone can download a project's files. If you want to change these defaults (for example, to limit downloads to project members), you can do that here. For information on the roles, see the role definitions above.

For general information on working with the Downloads list, see About Downloads. This page also tells you how to get a summary of data about your project's downloads.

Website

This feature is on the Features tab on the Manage page, as described under Opening the Manage Page.

A Website is a set of web pages that you have uploaded to netbeans.org to use as your project's public home page. This home page is accessed through a web browser at the URL http://your-project-name.netbeans.org. The site can be a public face for users of your software and can include multimedia, your own CSS, and your designed HTML pages. Content for the site could include software downloads and release information, upcoming plans, marketing information, and so on. Additionally, a Java-based project could host its Javadoc here.

You can use either a SCM Website Hook or a WebDAV client to upload a set of HTML, CSS, image, and other files for your web site to https://netbeans.org/website/your-project-name. For information on uploading files, see Working With Your Project's Website.

If you don't set this feature, the URL http://your-project-name.netbeans.org defaults to your project home page, http://netbeans.org/projects/your-project-name.

This web site is completely under your control. By default, the site does not have any of the automatic navigation you see with pages in netbeans.org, like the right navbar that links to your project features, the breadcrumbs list, or search, and you must provide navigation yourself. If you want standard navigation added around your page, check Include Normal Navigation? when you add the site, or you do this by editing the site later. See Adding a Website below.

Note: Your project will continue to have a project home page accessible from netbeans.org. The project website does not replace the project home page, making the project website useful as a site for users of your software. The project home page can continue to be used by developers and others who want to participate in the project on netbeans.org. If you want to customize the project home page, see the section, WikiHomePage.

You can do the following things with this feature:

  • Adding a Website—Click Add next to Website and then enter a display name and description for the site. You can also add standard navigation around your website by choosing Include Normal Navigation?. The description is optional.
    Note: This option doesn't add the actual web site, but just turns the feature on so that accessing the URL http://your-project-name.netbeans.org shows the web pages you uploaded to https://netbeans.org/website/your-project-name.
  • Deleting a Website—Click the more droplist to the right of the website name and choose Delete.

    Note: Choosing Delete doesn't delete the files you uploaded. It just turns the feature off so that users no longer see your web site.
  • Editing a Website's Display Name and Description—Click Edit to the right of the website name and change the Website's display name, description, or navigation. (See Adding a Website above.)
  • Setting Role Permissions—Click the more droplist to the right of the website name and choose Set Role Permissions.

    You see a table of checkboxes showing roles and actions those roles can take with the project Website. The tasks you can set for the various roles are simple: View Website and Update Website.

    By default, anyone can see your web site, but only project administrators, software developers, and content developers can add or delete files.

    For information on the roles in this table, see the role definitions table in Managing a Project.

WikiHomePage

This feature is on the Features tab on the Manage page, as described above under Opening the Manage Page.

A Wiki Home Page is a way to provide a customized project home page for your project. You edit your project's wiki Home page to add the content about your project that you want people to see on this site. After you set this feature, project administrators continue to see the default home page. For all other users who are permitted to see your wiki pages, this page replaces the default project home page.

To control who sees your wiki pages, see Setting Role Permission above under Wiki.

Note: You can have both a wiki home page and a project website. The wiki home page replaces your project home page and is for use by developers and other netbeans.org members who want to participate in or learn about your project. The project website is available externally to a wider audience and can be used to provide information to the users of your software, such as information on the latest releases, plans for upcoming releases, marketing information, and so on.

You can do the following things with this feature:

  • Adding a WikiHomePage—Click Add next to WikiHomePage and then enter a description for the page. The description is optional.
    Note: Add doesn't add a page, but simply changes your project home page from the default home page to your wiki Home page.


  • Deleting a WikiHomePage—Click the more droplist to the right of the wikihome name and choose Delete.


    Note: Delete doesn't delete a page, but simply changes your project home page back to the default home page.

  • Editing a WikiHomePage's Description—Click Edit to the right of the wikihome name and change the WikiHomePage's description.

Emails Tab

This feature is on the Emails tab on the Manage page, as described above under Opening the Manage Page.

This tab enables you to customize the email that gets sent when you add a new member in the Members tab. You can edit any of the fields, and you can use a set of predefined template variables in the email, such as {{project_display_name}}, which cause text to be inserted when the email is sent.

The template variables are listed at the bottom of the page with some of the default values filled in. Here's what they would be for the Help for netbeans.org Site Tools project:

  • project_display_name:   Help for netbeans.org Site Tools
  • project_url:  http://netbeans.org/projects/help
  • role_display_name:  the member's new role on the project: Administrator, Software Developer, Content Developer, or Observer
  • wiki_home_url:  http://netbeans.org/projects/help/pages/Home

Web Hooks Tab

This feature is on the Web Hooks tab on the Manage page, as described above under Opening the Manage Page.

This tab enables you to set a URL, a callback to a page that can accept web hook data from your project. Web hooks provide a way for you to handle data resulting from changes in your netbeans.org projects on a web page of your choosing (as opposed to using something like an RSS feed). In this tab, you provide the URL of the web page that has code to interpret and handle the JSON data sent by netbeans.org. In addition, you need to click the checkbox next to the features you want to track. At present, there is one feature you can track, source code repository updates.

Note: A web hook is automatically disabled after 10 failed connection attempts. After a web hook is disabled, you must change the URL to re-enable the web hook.

For general information on working with web hooks, see About Web Hooks.

   

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If you're an administrator for a project, you can change the project's settings on the Manage page. __TOC__ ... [[image:manage-website.png]] You use a WebDAV client to upload a set of HTML, CSS, image, and other files for your web site to https://netbeans.org/website/''your-project-name''. For information on uploading files with a WebDAV client, see [[UploadWebsiteFiles|Working With Your Project's Website]]. If you don't set this feature, the URL http://''your-project-name''.netbeans.org defaults to your project home page, http://netbeans.org/projects/''your-project-name''. This web site is completely under your control. By default, the site does not have any of the automatic navigation you see with pages in netbeans.org, like the right navbar that links to your project features, the breadcrumbs list, or search, and you must provide navigation yourself. If you want standard navigation added around your page, check ''Include nDAV client to upload a set of HTML, CSS, image, and other files for your web site to https://netbeans.org/website/''your-project-name''. For information on uploading files, see [[UploadWebsiteFiles|Working With Your Project's Website]]. If you don't set this feature, the URL http://''your-project-name''.netbeans.org defaults to your project home page, http://netbeans.org/projects/''your-project-name''. This web site is completely under your control. By default, the site does not have any of the automatic navigation you see with pages in netbeans.org, like the right navbar that links to your project features, the breadcrumbs list, or search, and you must provide navigation yourself. If you want standard navigation added around your page, check ''Include Normal Navigation?'' when you add the site, or you do this by editing the site later. See [[#addwebsite|Adding a Website]] below. '''Note:''' Your project will continue to have a project home page accessible from netbeans.org. The project website does not replace the project home page, making the project website useful as a site for users of your software. The project home page can continue to be used by developers and others who want to participate in the project on netbeans.org. If you want to customize the project home page, see the section, [[ManageProject#WikiHomePage|WikiHomePage]]. You can do the following things with this feature: * '''Adding a Website'''—Click ''Add'' next to Website and then enter a display name and description for the site. You can also add standard navigation around your website by choosing ''Include nNormal Navigation?''. The description is optional.
'''Note:''' This option doesn't add the actual web site, but just turns the feature on so that accessing the URL http://''your-project-name''.netbeans.org shows the web pages you uploaded with your Webdav client to ormal Navigation?''. The description is optional.
'''Note:''' This option doesn't add the actual web site, but just turns the feature on so that accessing the URL http://''your-project-name''.netbeans.org shows the web pages you uploaded to https://netbeans.org/website/''your-project-name''.
[[image:manage-website-add.png]] * '''Deleting a Website'''—Click the ''more'' droplist to the right of the ''website'' name and choose ''Delete''.
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'''Note:''' Choosing Delete doesn't delete the files you uploaded. It just turns the feature off so that users no longer see your web site. * '''Editing a Website's Display Name and Description'''—Click ''Edit'' to the right of the ''website'' name and change the Website's display name, description, or navigation. (See [[#addwebsite|Adding a Website]] above.) * '''Setting Role Permissions'''—Click the ''more'' droplist to the right of the ''website'' name and choose ''Set Role Permissions''.
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You see a table of checkboxes showing roles and actions those roles can take with the project Website. The tasks you can set for the various roles are simple: ''View Website'' and ''Update Website''.

By default, anyone can see your web site, but only project administrators, software developers, and content developers can add or delete files.

For information on the roles in this table, see the [[ManageProject#roledefs|role definitions]] table in ''Managing a Project''. ...
   


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