Every project has a basic set of features available to it that support code development and project communication. Here are the features available to every project:
Wiki—A project can have one wiki for project documentation purposes. A single wiki can have many pages. The default Home page for the wiki can be designated as the project's home page, as described at WikiHomePage.
For information on managing the wiki feature, see Wiki on the Managing a Project page.
Mailing Lists—A project can have up to five mailing lists. If the project has an issue tracker, it has an Issues mailing list tied to the issue tracking system. If the project has a code repository, it has a Commits mailing list tied to the source control system.
Source Code Repository—A project can have up to five source code repositories. The project can use the Subversion and Mercurial repository servers hosted on this site, or it can use an external source code repository. For information on adding and managing source code repositories, see Source Code Repository on the Managing a Project page.
Downloads—A Downloads area is where project administrators can put files for project members to download, such as the latest build of a project. If given permission to do so, project members can also upload files to this area.
For information on adding and managing an issue tracker, see Issue Tracking on the Managing a Project page.
Project Website— Each project can have a web site that is completely under the project administrator's control, with its own CSS, HTML, and multimedia. For more information, see Website on the Managing a Project page.