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Web application helping to manage public WAassistant servers. https://freebsoft.org/wahelper
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WAusers ======= WAusers is one component of the WAhelper Web accessibility testing suite (see http://www.freebsoft.org/wahelper). WAusers serves for managing Web accessibility testing sites where users can register, create their own Web accessibility testing projects and log to all the projects using a single global password. Web accessibility testing itself is performed using the WAassistant Web application from the WAhelper suite. WAusers is a supplementary Web application managing WAassistant applications. Both WAusers and WAassistant are built on top of the Roundup issue tracking system and their user interfaces are similar. * Installation The following pieces of software are required to run WAusers: - Roundup 0.8: A flexible issue tracking system available at http://roundup.sf.net . - WAassistant 0.3 or newer: Web accessibility testing management application available at http://www.freebsoft.org/wahelper . After installing the required software, unpack the downloaded WAusers tarball and copy it to the Roundup trackers directory (e.g. /var/lib/roundup/trackers/ on Debian systems). Then follow Roundup tracker installation instructions to install a WAuser tracker. In order to be able to create new projects, a WAassistant tracker template must be available in one of the standard Roundup tracker directories or in the same directory where the WAusers tracker is created. * Documentation You can find further information about WAusers in its manual. WAusers manual is in the doc/ subdirectory. You can build its Info, PDF and HTML versions by running `make info', `make pdf' and `make html' commands respectively in the doc/ subdirectory.