A Bit About The Source
v3 has just become opensource and can be freely distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL
. Before that it was closed and only one person (me) knew how to use it.
Now that it is opensource still only one person knows how to use it because I haven't yet written any help or readme files.
The next thing on my list to do is to write a detailed help file describing how to install and set-up v3 on a web-server, how to modify v3 to suit your needs and the various ways v3 can be tinkered with.
Until that day, however, you are stuck with no help files but help is at hand! You can all e-mail me your questions at email@example.com
I'll try to help the best I can, but bear in mind that I'll be writing some docs very soon, so unless it is urgent you could wait (although I like getting e-mails - so don't)
The v3 Project Page (on SourceForge)
is useful for obtaining info about releases of v3 and related material.
The v3 Project File Area
is where you will find releases of the v3 source code.