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# Tracks: a GTD(TM) web application, built with Ruby on Rails * Project homepage: http://getontracks.org/ * GitHub: http://github.com/bsag/tracks/ * Assembla space (for bug reports and feature requests): http://www.assembla.com/spaces/tracks-tickets/tickets * Wiki (community contributed information): http://getontracks.org/wiki/ * Forum: http://getontracks.org/forums/ * Mailing list: http://lists.rousette.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/tracks-discuss * Original developer: bsag (http://www.rousette.org.uk/) * Contributors: http://getontracks.org/wiki/Tracks/Contributing/Contributors * Version: 1.7 * Copyright: (cc) 2004-2009 rousette.org.uk. * License: GNU GPL All the documentation for Tracks can be found within the /doc directory. It contains a manual in HTML (manual.html) or PDF format (manual.pdf), and this includes full instructions for both new installations and upgrades from older installations of Tracks. The instructions might appear long and intimidatingly complex, but that is mostly because of the number of different platforms supported, and the different configurations which can be used (e.g. running Tracks on your local computer or on a remote server). If you choose the appropriate section for your situation (installation vs. upgrade), and use the easiest (recommended) method, you should find the instructions easy to follow. If you encounter problems, try searching the wiki, forum or mailing list (URLs above), and ask a question if you cannot find a solution to your problem. If you checked out Tracks from the GitHub repository, the manual is not provided by default and is in its own git submodule. To checkout the manual's source files, type "git submodule init doc/manual & git submodule update doc/manual". From then on, you should be able to issue the command "git pull" in the doc/manual directory to update the manual with the latest changes. For those upgrading, change notes are available in /doc/CHANGELOG. If you are thinking about contributing towards the development of Tracks, please read /doc/README_DEVELOPERS for general information, or /doc/tracks_api_wrapper.rb for information on Tracks' API. While fully usable for everyday use, Tracks is still a work in progress. Make sure that you take sensible precautions and back up all your data frequently, taking particular care when you are upgrading. Enjoy being productive!