The bitweaver Documentation Project is dedicated to providing documentation for the bitweaver application framework and it's ever growing community. We are all working hard to keep this documentation up to date and appreciate all the help we can get.

!bitweaver Documentation Project
bitweaver is continually improving it's stability, usability, flexibility and power. The rate at which this is happening is quite astonishing and bitweaver has come a long way since it's birth, just over a year ago. Documentation of this progress and explanation of features to new users is essential for a working community.

Since bitweaver is a fork of TikiWiki it might be possible that you can find relevant information at their site as well.

If you feel that you can contribute in any way, all you need to do is register with this site and then you can modify any wiki page or join in discussions in the forums. We are in dire need of people who like documenting applications such as bitweaver. We have also recently fixed our __internationalisation system__ and are now looking for translators, who can translate bitweaver into ''any'' language. To do so, please contact us in one of the ways mentioned below and we will give you the appropriate permissions to mess around with the languages.

!Where do i start?
!!Background Information
If you are new to bitweaver altogether, you might want to visit some of these pages:
* TikiWiki_and_bitweaver - some history as to why the project was started
* bitweaverFeatures - list of available packages and what they do

If you would prefer delving into the more involved areas of bitweaver, such as tutorials, we can recommend some of the following pages:
* ((Tutorials)) - a list of tutorials that can be found on bitweaver

{attachment id=75 size=original float=right link=} Next to being a feature rich and poserful Content Management System, bitweaver is a completely modular framework ideal for developing your own packages, which can enhance the application in any way you see fit. It has been designed in a way which allows you to create your own, fully integrated packages, and not touch the source code at all, allowing for easy distribution of your packages and quick upgrades of the core code.

If you are interested in helping with the development of bitweaver, you can visit us at __[|]__ and get the relevant information there

!Contacting the Team and Getting Help
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