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h1. Help for this site
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This is a code-repository and project management site for software development carried out in the UK academic audio and music research field.
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Run by "":, it is intended to provide a useful facility for researchers who are making software in the course of their work, and for anyone who wishes to make use of such software in the future.
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This site manages many software projects run by different people.  One project here is particularly distinctive, however -- the " Project": is used to manage the development and running of the site itself.  This documentation you are reading now is part of that project.
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h2. How to contact us
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If you are having problems with this site, please either:
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* send email to requesting help
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* use the " Project Forum":
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* submit a new bug report or feature request in the trackers for the " Project":
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Before submitting a new bug report or feature request, please have a look at the existing issues and see whether you can find anything already listed that matches your own requirement.
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h2. Using this service
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This server uses the "Redmine": project management system.  Documentation for Redmine is available in the "Redmine Guide": .
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Code repositories in this system are managed using the "Mercurial": distributed version control system.  An introductory tutorial about Mercurial can be found at "":, and a number of usage tips at "":