Click on a tab below to jump to the appropriate section of this page. Depending on the selected modules, your settings may show different tabs.


Settings -> Information from within your project

Changing your project homepage

You may change the homepage associated with your project at any time from the Information tab within Settings.

Changing keywords

from the information tab, you may add or change the keywords that will be used to find your project. Suggested keywords include calculation methods and input & output formats,


Here, you may activate or deactivate a variety of modules. A variety of modules exist that, if activated, can provide expanded capabilities:

  • wiki : create wiki pages detailing and expounding upon your project. Add FAQ's, examples, etc.
  • issue tracking : track issues with software, and guide further development
  • documents : provides a place for additional documentation. pdf manuals, for example.
  • news: allows for communications to users that are visible on your project's overview page.
  • forums : allows users to comment and interact.

If you change your mind, you can add or remove these capabilities as desired.

Adding a repository

See Repository , in the Modules wiki page


Settings -> Members from within your project

Members are people that are granted special rights to your project.

Adding members

Add a member from the New member field. You may select multiple members to assign them all the same roles.

If you do not see their name listed, then either they have already been added (and can be found in the User/Group list at right) or have not yet registered with SeisCode.

Changing member permissions

Click on the edit link next to the member of interest. You will then be presented with a checklist where you may then assign roles to that member.

Deleting members

To remove a member, click on the delete link next to that member's role


Versions allow you to annotate and track progress associated with specific releases.

New version dialog box

Versions are also used with issue tracking and trigger a "Roadmap" tab that lists versions with associated issues. Versions with dates will appear with a Due in N days message. Completed versions are no longer shown, but can be.

Issue categories

Settings -> Issue Categories ( visible if the Issue Tracking module is active)

You may create categories for tracking issues with your project. Each category may also have an assignee, to whom any related issues would be sent.


Settings -> Wiki from within your project

Helpful hints

Adding a Wiki

Add a wiki to your project by selecting "wiki" from the module's tab in your project's settings.


Settings -> Repository from within your project

Setting up a repository
Submitting files to the Repository