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This chapter describes how a new project can be defined by the usage of diverse templates. This chapter includes the following information for it:

4.1. Create an Overview Page of a New Project

The following steps describe the installation and creation of the required information and web pages for a completely new project.

First of all, the additional overview table must be added into the Working Group overview page.

  • 1. Go to the webpage of the appropriate working group in where the new project should be added.
  • 2. Click on "Edit" at left navigation pane.

You will come to the layout modus (see figure below).

  • 3. Click on "Edit Layout" on scaffolding modus.

You will get the edit modus for natively editing layouts.

  • 4. Go to wiki markup representation by clicking on "Wiki Markup" tab.
  • 5. Copy the following lines to the appropriate position of the project. The projects should be listed in an alphabetic order.
| [#PROJ# Project] | {text-data:#PROJ#Project|width=200px} | {list-data:#PROJ#Chair}{user-options:groups=confluence-users}{list-data} | {date-data:#PROJ#StartDate|format=dd.MM.yyyy|minYear=2004} | {date-data:#PROJ#EndDate|format=dd.MM.yyyy|minYear=2004} | [{list-data:#PROJ#_ODP1Status}
{list-option:Open}  {list-option}
{list-option:InProgress}(!){list-option}
{list-option:Finalized}(/){list-option}
{list-data}|#PROJ# - ODP 1- Project Proposal] | [{list-data:#PROJ#_ODP2Status}
{list-option:Open} {list-option}
{list-option:InProgress}(!){list-option}
{list-option:Finalized}(/){list-option}
{list-data}|#PROJ# - ODP 2 - Requirements List] | [{list-data:#PROJ#_ODP3Status}
{list-option:Open}  {list-option}
{list-option:InProgress}(!){list-option}
{list-option:Finalized}(/){list-option}
{list-data}|#PROJ# - ODP 3 - 1st Working Draft] | [{list-data:#PROJ#_ODP4Status}
{list-option:Open}  {list-option}
{list-option:InProgress}(!){list-option}
{list-option:Finalized}(/){list-option}
{list-data}|#PROJ# - ODP 4 - Internal Review] | [{list-data:#PROJ#_ODP5Status}
{list-option:Open}  {list-option}
{list-option:InProgress}(!){list-option}
{list-option:Finalized}(/){list-option}
{list-data}|#PROJ# - ODP 5 - Public Review] | [{list-data:#PROJ#_ODP6Status}
{list-option:Open}  {list-option}
{list-option:InProgress}(!){list-option}
{list-option:Finalized}(/){list-option}
{list-data}|#PROJ# - ODP 6 - Implementation Verification] | [{list-data:#PROJ#_ODP7Status}
{list-option:Open}  {list-option}
{list-option:InProgress}(!){list-option}
{list-option:Finalized}(/){list-option}
{list-data}|#PROJ# - ODP7 - Final Release] | [{list-data:#PROJ#_ODP8Status}
{list-option:Open}  {list-option}
{list-option:InProgress}(!){list-option}
{list-option:Finalized}(/){list-option}
{list-data}|#PROJ# - ODP 8 - Maintenance] | {list-data:#PROJ#_AimOfYear}
{list-option:ODP1}ODP 1{list-option}
{list-option:ODP2}ODP 2{list-option}
{list-option:ODP3}ODP 3{list-option}
{list-option:ODP4}ODP 4{list-option}
{list-option:ODP5}ODP 5{list-option}
{list-option:ODP6}ODP 6{list-option}
{list-option:ODP7}ODP 7{list-option}
{list-option:ODP8}ODP 8{list-option}
{list-data} |
  • 6. Change the variable #PROJ# to the appropriate abbreviation of the project.
  • 7. Click on button "Save"
  • 8. Edit the relevant information for the new project at the layout modus. The chapter ### desribes the details for maintaining the project overview page (see also figure below).

4.2. Create a Details Page of a New Project

Every project has a details page. The following steps describe, how the details pages can be established.

  • 1. Click on the new project link in the column "Project Title" (see figure below).

You will get an empty page for editing the project details.

  • 2. Select the template "ProjectDetails" by clicking on "Select a page template" (see figure below).

An overview list of all templates will be shown.

  • 3. Select the appropriate template and click on "Next".

The template will be inserted and shown in the editing modus.

  • 4. Change to "Wiki Markup"
  • 5. Change the variables according the following conventions (see following figure):
    • #PROJ# - Project abbreviation in capital letters.
    • #WG# - Working group abbreviation in capital letters.
    • ##proj## - Project abbreviation in small letters.
  • 6. Click on "Save" button.
  • 7. Insert the project details information and the required new group (see also figure below).
    • The chapter ### desribes the details for maintaining the project details page.
    • The chapter ### shows how a new group can be defined.

4.3. Create a Details Page of an ODP Step

Each ODP Step has also a page with all relevant information regarding the step itself. The following steps describe the generation and definition of these pages.

Do for every of the eight ODP steps the following steps:

  • 1. Click on the link of the project that is in the column "ODP Name" (see figure below).

A new page will be shown in "Add Page" mode. This page got the title from the project details page.

  • 2. Take the appropriate template by clicking on "Select a page template".

A list of all global templates will be shown.

  • 3. Select the template with the name ODP<StepNr>Details for the specific ODP step (See following figure).
  • 4. Click on "Next" button.

The template content will be transfered into the newly generated page.

  • 5. Go to the "Wiki Markup" view.
  • 6. Change the variables according the following conventions (see following figure):
    • #PROJ# - Project abbreviation in capital letters.
    • #WG# - Working group abbreviation in capital letters.
    • ##proj## - Project abbreviation in small letters.
  • 7. Save the changes.
  • 8. Add required labels on top of the page. Following labels are required (see also following figure):
    • #proj# - The project abbreviation in small letters (eg. crs)
    • #proj#_odp<no> - The specific odp step of the page of this project (crs_odp1)
  • 9. Go to tab "Actions & Restrictions"
  • 10. Click on link "#PROJ# - ODP<no> - Actions and Decisions

A new page will be shown in "Add Page" mode. This page got the title from the ODP step details page.

  • 11. Take the appropriate template by clicking on "Select a page template".

A list of all global templates will be shown.

  • 12. Select the template with the name "ActionsAndDecisions" for.
  • 13. Click on "Next" button.

The template content will be transfered into the newly generated page.

  • 14. Save the changes.

4.4. Define a New Group

For a better structure, control and a better tracking of all activities, it is also required to have a group for each project. The following steps describe how a new group can be defined.

  • 1. Go to the administration page by clicking on "Administration" link
  • 2. Go to "Manage Groups" page.
  • 3. Add a new group at the "Add Group" area by using the following convention #WG#-#PROJ# (for e.g. EBAWG-CRS) (see following figure)
  • 4. Save new group.
  • 5. Go back on administration overview and click on "Plugins"
  • 6. Go to the plugin "Group Signup" and click on it.
  • 7. Click on "Configure plugin" (see following figure).

The "Group Signup" gives every user the permission to sign up automatically to a defined group. The page "Group Key Settings" provides the relevant configuration for the automatic signing to the groups (see following figure).

  • 8. Add the new group key by using the following convention #WG#_#PROJ# (for e.g. EBAWG_CRS)
  • 9. Select the groups that should be automatically signed up. The following groups should be select by holding the <STRG>-Key and the left mouse button (see figure below):
    • TMG
    • Appropriate Working Group
    • Appropriate Project
  • 10. Save the selection by clicking on "Save" button.
  • 11. Go back to the project details oage if the project. The button "Join this #PROJ# Project?" should be shown, if the groups are correctly configured (see following figure).