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planner 0.14.6-7
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	      <listitem><para>Resource Usage View</para></listitem>
	      <listitem><para>Resource Short Name</para></listitem>
	    </itemizedlist>
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<!-- ============= Introduction ============================== -->
<!-- Use the Introduction section to give a brief overview of what
     the application is and what it does. -->
  <sect1 id="mrp-introduction"> 
    <title>Introduction</title> 
    <para>&app; is a general purpose project management tool
    that provides a variety of features, which are available via 4 separate 
    screen layouts called views.  As you will see, the views are accessed by 
    clicking the icons in the left hand toolbar in the &app; window.</para> 
    <sect2 id="mrp-task-view">
	<title>Task View</title> 
        <para>
	  Tasks are also shown on the Gantt view, but the Task view shows
	  more detail for each task.
        </para>
        <para>
          <figure id="task-view">
            <title>&app; Task View</title>
            <screenshot>
              <graphic fileref="figures/task-view.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
            </screenshot>
          </figure>        
        </para>
	<para>Task View is used for the following:</para>
	<itemizedlist> 
	<listitem> 
    	  <para><emphasis>Task Definition</emphasis> - break down project 
		deliverables into smaller, more manageable tasks
	  </para> 
  	</listitem> 
  	<listitem> 
    	  <para><emphasis>Task Sequencing</emphasis> - identify dependencies 
		between tasks and other constraints via the task properites
		dialog, predecessors tab.  Details in 
		<xref linkend="mrp-task-properties"/>.
	  </para> 
  	</listitem> 
  	<listitem> 
    	  <para><emphasis>Task Duration Estimating</emphasis> - estimate the 
		time it will take to complete the tasks
	  </para> 
  	</listitem> 
  	<listitem> 
    	  <para><emphasis>Task Cost Calculation</emphasis> - estimate what 
		it will cost to complete the tasks
	  </para> 
  	</listitem> 
	</itemizedlist> 
    </sect2>
    <sect2 id="mrp-gantt-view">
	<title>Gantt View</title> 
	<para>The Gantt View combines the Gantt chart with a shortened version
	  of the task view.
	</para>
        <para>
          A Gantt chart is a graphical display of all the tasks that a project
	  is composed of.  Each bar on the chart is a graphical representation
	  of the length of time the task is planned to take.  The Gantt Chart 
	  doesn't offer any features that are not available in the other views,
	  but it is a valuable Project Management tool for the way it
	  allows the user to see the project data.
        </para>
        <para>
          <figure id="gantt-view">
            <title>&app; Gantt View</title>
            <screenshot>
              <graphic fileref="figures/gantt-view.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
            </screenshot>
          </figure>        
        </para>
	<para>The Gantt View allows you to:</para>
	<itemizedlist> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para>View a graphical representation of the project schedule</para>
  	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para>Manage task relationships using drag and drop</para>
  	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para>Use Zoom in and Zoom out features to view different levels of detail</para>
  	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para>View resources assigned to each task</para>
  	</listitem> 
	</itemizedlist> 
	<para>
	  You can change what columns are visible by choosing
	  <menuchoice> 
	    <guimenu>View</guimenu> 
	    <guimenuitem>Edit Visible Columns</guimenuitem> 
	  </menuchoice>.
	  This dialog will allow you to add, remove, and reorder the columns in the Gantt view.
	  The same feature is available in the other views as well.
	</para>
    </sect2>
    <sect2 id="mrp-resource-view">
	<title>Resource View</title> 
          <figure id="resource-view">
            <title>&app; Resource View</title>
            <screenshot>
              <graphic fileref="figures/resource-editor.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
            </screenshot>
          </figure>        
	<para>The Resource View gives you access to the following features:
	</para>
	<itemizedlist> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para>Resource list management, including both human resources and
	     materials</para>
  	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para>Resource group management</para>
  	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para>Resource cost management</para>
  	</listitem> 
	</itemizedlist> 
    </sect2>
    <sect2 id="mrp-resource-usage-view">
	<title>Resource Usage View</title> 
          <figure id="resource-usage-view">
            <title>&app; Resource Usage View</title>
            <screenshot>
              <graphic fileref="figures/resource-usage-view.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
            </screenshot>
          </figure>        
	<para>The Resource Usage View shows the availability of resources
	  based upon the tasks they've been assigned to.  They layout is
	  similar to the Gantt chart, but this one is organized by resource.
	</para>
	<para>The summary line shows the availability of the resource.  The
	  availability for each resource can be rolled up so that only the 
	  summary line is displayed by clicking on the triangle next to the
	  resource name.
	</para>
	<para>The detail shows each task that the resource is assigned to
	  and the time that the task is scheduled for is represented by a bar
	  in the chart.  Overallocations are shown up as red in the summary
	  bar, and its easy to see where the task allocations line up to 
	  create the overallocation.
	</para>
	<para>Color coding is as follows:
	</para>
	<itemizedlist> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para><emphasis>Green</emphasis> shows that the resource is not 
	     allocated to any task at that time</para>
  	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para><emphasis>Blue</emphasis> has a slightly different meaning
	    depending on its context.  On the task line, it shows that the 
	    resource is either partially or fully allocated to the task (with
	    the allocation percentage displayed next to it), but on
	    the resource summary line, it shows that the resource is fully 
	    allocated at that time.</para>
  	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para><emphasis>Grey</emphasis> shows that the resource is
	    partially allocated at that time</para>
  	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para><emphasis>Red</emphasis> shows that the resource is
	    overallocated</para>
  	</listitem> 
	</itemizedlist> 
    </sect2>
  </sect1>

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     of the application. If there is other information that it is important
     for readers to know before they start using the application, you should
     also include this information here. 
     If the information about how to get started is very short, you can 
     include it in the Introduction and omit this section. -->

  <sect1 id="mrp-getting-started"> 
    <title>Getting Started</title> 

    <sect2 id="mrp-start">
    <title>Starting &app;</title>
    <para>You can start <application>&app;</application> in the following ways:
    </para> 
    <variablelist>
    	<varlistentry>
    		<term><guimenu>Applications</guimenu> menu</term>
    		<listitem>
    		<para>Choose 
    		<menuchoice>
    		<guisubmenu>Office</guisubmenu>
    		<guimenuitem>Project Management</guimenuitem>
    		</menuchoice>. </para>
    		</listitem>
    	</varlistentry>
    	<varlistentry>
    		<term>Command line</term>
    		<listitem>
            <para>To start <application>&app;</application> from a command line,
type <command>&cmd;</command>, then press <keycap>Return</keycap>.</para>
            <tip>
              <para>To view available command line options,
type <command>&cmd; --help</command>, then press <keycap>Return</keycap>.</para>
            </tip>
    		</listitem>
    	</varlistentry>
    </variablelist>
    </sect2>

    <sect2 id="mrp-when-start">
    <title>When You Start &app;</title>
    <para>When you start &app;, the following window is 
	displayed.  As you can see, the Gantt Chart view is the default.</para>

    <!-- ==== Figure ==== -->
      <figure id="newproject"> 
	<title>&app; Start Up Window</title> 
	<screenshot> 
	  <mediaobject> 
	    <imageobject><imagedata
		fileref="figures/new-project.png" format="PNG"/> 
	    </imageobject>
	    <textobject> 
	      <phrase>Shows &app; main window. Contains titlebar, menubar,
	      toolbar, display area, and
	      scrollbars. Menubar contains File, Edit, View, and Help menus.
	      </phrase> 
	    </textobject> 
	  </mediaobject> 
	</screenshot> 
      </figure>
    <!-- ==== End of Figure ==== -->
    <para>The &app; window contains the following elements:
    </para>
      <variablelist>
	<varlistentry>
	<term>Menubar. </term>
	<listitem>
	  <para>The menus on the menubar contain all of the commands you need 
	    to work with files in <application>&app;</application>.</para>
	</listitem>
	</varlistentry>
	<varlistentry>
	<term>Toolbar. </term>
	<listitem>
	  <para> The toolbar contains a subset of the commands that you can 
	    access from the menubar.</para>
	</listitem>
	</varlistentry>
	<varlistentry>
	<term>Statusbar. </term>
	<listitem>
	  <para>The statusbar displays information about current &app;
	  activity and contextual information about the menu items. </para>
	</listitem>
	</varlistentry>
	</variablelist>
    </sect2>
    <sect2 id="mrp-several-start">
    <title>Editing Multiple Projects</title>
      <para>
          More than one project may be open at the same time. Each project
          will have its own &app; window. Try it by pressing "CTRL-N" several
          times.  You should get something similar to
	  <xref linkend="several-projects"/>.
      </para>
      <para>
       <figure id="several-projects">
       <title>Several projects at the same time</title>
        <screenshot>
	  <mediaobject> 
	    <imageobject><imagedata
               fileref="figures/several-projects.png" format="PNG" ></imagedata>
	    </imageobject>
	    <textobject> 
	      <phrase>Shows Gnome 2 Desktop, with three &app; windows open.
	      </phrase> 
	    </textobject> 
	  </mediaobject>
        </screenshot>
       </figure>
      </para>
    </sect2>
  </sect1>
<!-- ================ Usage ================================ -->
<!-- Use this section to describe how to use the application to perform the tasks for 
  which the application is designed. -->
  <sect1 id="mrp-usage"> 
    <title>Usage</title> 
    <para>
      <itemizedlist> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para> 
	    <xref linkend="mrp-open-project"/></para> 
	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para> 
	    <xref linkend="mrp-import-export"/></para> 
	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para> 
	    <xref linkend="mrp-undo-redo"/></para> 
	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para> 
	    <xref linkend="mrp-properties"/></para> 
	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para> 
	    <xref linkend="mrp-calendars"/></para>
	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para> 
	    <xref linkend="mrp-tasks"/></para>
	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para> 
	    <xref linkend="mrp-resources"/></para> 
	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para> 
	    <xref linkend="mrp-scheduling"/></para> 
	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para> 
	    <xref linkend="mrp-gantt-view-using"/></para> 
	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para> 
	    <xref linkend="mrp-print"/></para> 
	</listitem> 
	<listitem> 
	  <para> 
	    <xref linkend="mrp-export-html"/></para> 
	</listitem> 
      </itemizedlist> </para>
    <!-- ================ Usage Subsection ================================ -->
    <sect2 id="mrp-open-project" xreflabel="Open and Save Projects"> 
      <title>Open and Save Projects</title> 
      <para>To open an project, choose 
	<menuchoice> 
	  <guimenu>File</guimenu> 
	  <guimenuitem>Open</guimenuitem> 
	</menuchoice>, or the <guibutton>Open</guibutton> button on the toolbar.
	The <guilabel>Open File</guilabel> dialog is displayed. 
	Select the &app; file that you want to open, then click 
	<guibutton>OK</guibutton>. &app; files are stored with the extension 
	<filename>.&cmd;</filename>.
      </para>
      <para>
	You can also open a file by selecting it from your file browser or 
	desktop and dragging it into an open &app; window.
      </para>
      <para>To save a project, choose
	<menuchoice> 
	  <guimenu>File</guimenu> 
	  <guimenuitem>Save As</guimenuitem> 
	</menuchoice> to save a new project, or an existing project under a new 
	file name.  Choose 
	<menuchoice> 
	  <guimenu>File</guimenu> 
	  <guimenuitem>Save</guimenuitem> 
	</menuchoice> to save an existing project, keeping the same file name.
      </para>
      <para>
	If you try to open a project file in a format that &app; does
	not recognize, the application displays an error
	message.
      </para>
      <caution>
      <para>It is prudent to save your work periodically.
	&app; does not currently have a recovery feature,
	so if your editing session is interrupted by a power outage or other 
	reason, you would lose any work done since your last 
	<guimenuitem>save</guimenuitem>.</para>
      </caution>
    </sect2> 
    <sect2 id="mrp-opensave-database" xreflabel="Open from and Save to Database"> 
      <title>Open Project From and Save To Database</title> 
      <para>To open an project from a database, choose 
	<menuchoice> 
	  <guimenu>File</guimenu> 
	  <guimenuitem>Import</guimenuitem> 
	  <guimenuitem>Open From Database...</guimenuitem> 
	</menuchoice>. The 
	<guilabel>Open from Database</guilabel> dialog is displayed. Enter the <guilabel>
	server,	database name, user,</guilabel> and <guilabel>password</guilabel>, 
	and then click <guibutton>OK</guibutton>.
	If the database is on the same machine you're running &app; on, then you
	can leave that blank.  You can also leave the password field blank if no
	password is required for the database user.
      </para>
      <para>
	After &app; connects to the database, it will open the <guilabel>Select
	a Project</guilabel> dialog, which displays a list of projects that are stored
	in that database.  Select the project plan you want to open, then click
	<guibutton>OK</guibutton>. 
      </para>
      <para>To save a project to a database, choose
	<menuchoice> 
	  <guimenu>File</guimenu> 
	  <guimenuitem>Export</guimenuitem> 
	  <guimenuitem>Save to Database...</guimenuitem> 
	</menuchoice>.  The
	<guilabel>Save to Database</guilabel> dialog is displayed. Enter the <guilabel>
	server, database</guilabel> name,<guilabel> user,</guilabel> and <guilabel>
	password</guilabel>, and then click <guibutton>OK</guibutton>.
	If the database is on the same machine you're running &app; on, then you
	can leave that blank.  You can also leave the password field blank if no
	password is required for the database user.
      </para>
      <para>If the database you're saving your file to doesn't exist, &app; will
	offer you the option to automatically create it.
      </para>
    </sect2> 
    <sect2 id="mrp-import-export" xreflabel="Import and Export"> 
      <title>Import and Export</title> 
      <para>Planner supports importing and exporting files in various formats.
      </para>
      <sect3 id="mrp-import-msxml" xreflabel="Import Microsoft Project XML">
        <title>Import Microsoft Project XML</title>
        <para>The MS Project XML import is new and considered experimental at
	  this time.  Microsoft Project version 2002 and above supports saving
	  project files in XML format. Look for it in the MS Project
	  <guilabel>Save As</guilabel> dialog.  To use this import feature
	  you must first save your MS Project file in xml format as it will not
	  work with the native .mpp files.
	</para>
	<para>
	  To import the file, choose 
	  <menuchoice> 
	    <guimenu>File</guimenu> 
	    <guimenuitem>Import</guimenuitem> 
	    <guimenuitem>MS Project XML</guimenuitem> 
	  </menuchoice>.
	  Simply choose the file you'd like to import in the 
	  <guilabel>Import a File</guilabel> dialog.
	</para>
	<para>
	  Please be aware of the following limitations of the import:
	  <itemizedlist>
	  <listitem><para><emphasis>Properties</emphasis> - MS Project does
	  not save this into to the xml file</para></listitem>
	  <listitem><para><emphasis>Calendars</emphasis> - not imported
	  due to differences in the way the two tools store the data</para>
	  </listitem>
	  <listitem><para><emphasis>Resource Groups</emphasis> - not imported
	  due to differences in the way the two tools store the data</para>
	  </listitem>
	  </itemizedlist>
	</para>
      </sect3>
      <sect3 id="mrp-export-html" xreflabel="Export to HTML">
        <title>Export to HTML</title>
        <para>The Export to HTML function creates a view of your project in 
	  HTML format that you can publish on a web site, or email to 
	  stakeholders who don't have access to &app;.  Included in the HTML 
	  document, is a simplified Gantt chart, task list (with %complete, 
	  start, end, work, and resource columns), and a resource allocation 
	  table. Its an excellent way to give people easy access to 
	  project status information.
	</para>
	<para>
	  You can create the HTML page by choosing 
	  <menuchoice> 
	    <guimenu>File</guimenu> 
	    <guimenuitem>Export</guimenuitem> 
	    <guimenuitem>HTML</guimenuitem> 
	  </menuchoice>.
<!-- web is disabled in v0.12
	  The <guilabel>Export to HTML</guilabel> dialog will allow you
	  to send the output either to a file or directly to a web location.
-->
	</para>
      </sect3>
      <sect3 id="mrp-export-planner-previous" xreflabel="Export to Previous &app; format">
        <title>Export to Previous &app; Format</title>
        <para>
	  For backward compatibility, &app; supports export to formats from
	  previous versions.  To use this feature, choose
	  <menuchoice> 
	    <guimenu>File</guimenu> 
	    <guimenuitem>Export</guimenuitem> 
	    <guimenuitem>&app; 0.11 format</guimenuitem> 
	  </menuchoice>.
	</para>
      </sect3>
    </sect2> 
    <!-- ================ Usage Subsection ================================ -->
    <sect2 id="mrp-undo-redo" xreflabel="Undo/Redo"> 
      <title>Undo/Redo</title> 
        <para> To undo a mistake, you can either click the <guibutton>Undo
	  </guibutton> button on the toolbar, or choose
  	  <menuchoice> 
	    <guimenu>Edit</guimenu> 
	    <guimenuitem>Undo</guimenuitem>
	  </menuchoice>.
	</para>
        <para>To redo an action, you can either click the <guibutton>Redo
	  </guibutton> button on the toolbar, or choose
  	  <menuchoice> 
	    <guimenu>Edit</guimenu> 
	    <guimenuitem>Undo</guimenuitem>
	  </menuchoice>. 
	  Redo puts back the change that you reversed by using the Undo option.
	</para>
	<caution><title>Caution:</title>
	  <para>Undo and Redo are relatively new features, and while the
	    implementation is
	    quite good, there are still some actions that cannot be undone.  Its
	    always a good idea to save your work before making any modifications
	    that you're not sure you'll want to keep.
	  </para>
	</caution>
    </sect2> 
    <!-- ================ Usage Subsection ================================ -->
    <sect2 id="mrp-properties" xreflabel="Project Properties"> 
      <title>Edit Project Properties</title> 
        <para> To edit the project properties, choose
	<menuchoice> 
	  <guimenu>Project</guimenu> 
	  <guimenuitem>Edit Project Properties</guimenuitem> 
	</menuchoice> 
          .  In this dialog box you can edit the name of the project,
          its start date, the name of the project manager, the organization
          the project belongs to, the project phase, and the default calendar.
	</para>
	<itemizedlist>
	<listitem>
	<para>The <guilabel>General</guilabel> Tab</para>
	<para>
	  Its important to note that the default start
	  date for all tasks is the project start date.  Therefore, you should
	  set the project start date before entering many tasks.  In the event
	  that you do change the project start date after tasks have been entered,
	  they will default to the new start date, unless they're associated with
	  a constraint, such as a predecessor task or "start no earlier than"
	  constraint.
	</para>
	<para>
	  This dialog also allows the user to assign a phase to the project.
	  Phases can be added by choosing 
	  <menuchoice> 
	    <guimenu>Project</guimenu> 
	    <guimenuitem>Edit Project Phases</guimenuitem> 
	  </menuchoice>
	  , which provides a dialog with a simple list of project phases and buttons
	  to <guibutton>Add</guibutton> and <guibutton>Remove</guibutton> them.
	  Assigning a phase to the project is for information purposes only.  It has
	  no other function at this time.
	</para>
	<para>
	  Each project has a default calendar.  The default calendar applies to
	  every resource on the project unless otherwise specified in the resource
	  editor.  Use the select button on this dialog to change the project default
	  calendar.  See the section <xref linkend="mrp-calendars"/> for more
	  information on calendars.
        </para>
        <para>
          <figure id="project-properties">
            <title>Project Properties</title>
            <screenshot>
              <graphic fileref="figures/project-properties.png" format="PNG" ></graphic>
            </screenshot>
          </figure>
        </para>
	</listitem>
	<listitem>
	<para>The <guilabel>Custom properties</guilabel> Tab</para>
	<para>You can add custom properties to the project by clicking the <guibutton>add
	  </guibutton> button.
	</para>
	<para>
          <figure id="project-properties-custom">
            <title>Custom Project Properties</title>
            <screenshot>
              <graphic fileref="figures/project-properties-custom.png" format="PNG" ></graphic>
            </screenshot>
          </figure>
	</para>
	<para>In the Custom properties add dialog, you can give your new property a label, a name,
	  description, and set the property type to either text, integer number, or floating point
	  number.  Once you have added your new property, you can set its value by clicking in the
	  value field of the Custom project properties dialog.
	</para>
	<para>
          <figure id="project-properties-custom-add">
            <title>Custom Project Properties Add Dialog</title>
            <screenshot>
              <graphic fileref="figures/project-properties-custom-add.png" format="PNG" ></graphic>
            </screenshot>
          </figure>
	</para>
	</listitem>
	</itemizedlist>
    </sect2> 
    <!-- ================ Usage Subsection ================================ -->
    <sect2 id="mrp-calendars" xreflabel="Calendars"> 
      <title>Edit Project Calendars</title> 
        <para> To edit the project calendars, choose
	<menuchoice> 
	  <guimenu>Project</guimenu> 
	  <guimenuitem>Manage Calendars</guimenuitem> 
	</menuchoice>.  
	  Project Calendars assist us in scheduling by defining when resources can be
	  used in terms of working and nonworking days, and the hours they are 
	  available on working days.  On the left is the name of the calendar being 
	  displayed, in the center is the calendar, and on the right hand side are the 
	  ranges of working hours for the selected day.  The default calendar shown below
	  depicts a typical
	  working month, with weekends grayed out, signifying that they are nonworking days.
	</para>
	<note>
	<title>Note</title>
	<para>
	  In the Gantt chart, nonworking days are also grayed out.  Any changes 
	  made to the project default calendar will be reflected in the Gantt Chart.
	</para>
	</note>
        <para>
	  To make changes to a calendar, select the day to be changed, and then one of the
	  3 available radio buttons:
	  <itemizedlist>
	  <listitem>
	    <para><emphasis>Use working time from derived calendar</emphasis> - uses the
	      parent calendar to determine the working time for that day.  See 
	      <xref linkend="mrp-calendar-new"/> for more information.
	    </para>
	  </listitem>
	  <listitem>
	    <para><emphasis>Set day type to:</emphasis> - uses the selected day type to
	      determine the working hours for that day.  See the section on
	      <xref linkend="mrp-working-time"/> for more information.
	    </para>
	  </listitem>
	  <listitem>
	    <para><emphasis>Custom working time</emphasis> - defines a unique set of 
	      working hours for a specific day.
	    </para>
	  </listitem>
	  </itemizedlist>
        </para>
        <para>
          <figure id="calendar">
            <title>Project Calendar Editor</title>
            <screenshot>
              <graphic fileref="figures/calendar.png" format="PNG" ></graphic>
            </screenshot>
          </figure>
        </para>
	<sect3 id="mrp-calendar-new" xreflabel="Creating a New Calendar">
	<title>Creating a New Calendar</title>
	  <para>
	    New Calendars can be added by clicking the <guibutton>New</guibutton>	    
	    button, which will launch the New Calendar dialog.  The New Calendar Dialog
	    contains a list of current calendars on the left, and on the right is a text
	    box that allows you to name the new calendar.  Below the text box are three
	    options for creating the calendar:
	  <itemizedlist>
	  <listitem>
	    <para><emphasis>Derive from a calendar</emphasis> - creates a child calendar.  
	      The new calendar will inherit the settings 
	      from the parent calendar selected on the left.  Any changes made to the 
	      parent calendar will be reflected in the child calendar.  In the example below,
	      "Americas" and "USA" are examples of child calendars.
	    </para>
	  </listitem>
	  <listitem>
	    <para><emphasis>Copy an existing calendar</emphasis> - creates a copy of the
	      calendar selected on the left.  After the copy is made, changes made to the
	      original calendar or its parents are
	      not reflected in the copy.  In the example below, "USA - Copy" is an example
	      of a calendar created using this option.
	    </para>
	  </listitem>
	  <listitem>
	    <para><emphasis>Create an empty calendar</emphasis> - creates a new calendar.  
	      No settings are inherited or copied.  In the example below, "Empty" is a 
	      calendar that was created using this option.
	    </para>
	  </listitem>
	  </itemizedlist>
	  </para>
	  <para>
          <figure id="calendar-new">
            <title>New Calendar Dialog</title>
            <screenshot>
              <graphic fileref="figures/calendar-new.png" format="PNG" ></graphic>
            </screenshot>
          </figure>
	  </para>
	</sect3>
	<sect3 id="mrp-default-week">
	<title>Changing the Default Week</title>
	  <para>
	    The default week can be changed by clicking the <guibutton>Default Week</guibutton>	    
	    button, which will launch the week editor dialog.  The week editor dialog
	    contains a drop down list
	    box that allows you to select the day of the week, and another to select the
	    day type.  This dialog also displays the working time scheduled for the selected
	    day type.  Be sure to click <guibutton>Apply</guibutton> before <guibutton>Close
	    </guibutton> to save your changes.
	  </para>
	  <para>
          <figure id="calendar-week">
            <title>Default Week Dialog</title>
            <screenshot>
              <graphic fileref="figures/calendar-week.png" format="PNG" ></graphic>
            </screenshot>
          </figure>
	  </para>
	</sect3>
	<sect3 id="mrp-working-time" xreflabel="Working Time and Day Types">
	<title>Working Time and Day Types</title>
	  <para>
	    The working times for each day type can be changed by clicking the
	    <guibutton>Working Time</guibutton>	    
	    button, which will launch the working time dialog. 
	    The working time dialog shows a list of the available day types on the left,
	    and the working hours for the currently selected type on the right.  Time is
	    entered in 24 hour format as am/pm indicators are not supported (i.e. 5:00 PM
	    would be entered as 17:00).
	  </para>
	  <para>
          <figure id="calendar-working-time">
            <title>Working Time Dialog</title>
            <screenshot>
              <graphic fileref="figures/calendar-working-time.png" format="PNG" ></graphic>
           </screenshot>
          </figure>
	  </para>
	  <para>
	    Day types can be added by choosing
	    <menuchoice> 
	      <guimenu>Project</guimenu> 
	      <guimenuitem>Edit Day Types</guimenuitem>
	    </menuchoice>
	    This dialog displays a simple list of day types.  Use the 
	    <guibutton>Add</guibutton> and <guibutton>Remove</guibutton> buttons
	    to manage the list.  Note that you cannot remove the default day types
	    "Working" and "Nonworking".
	  </para>
	  <para>
          <figure id="day-types">
            <title>Day Types Dialog</title>
            <screenshot>
              <graphic fileref="figures/day-types.png" format="PNG" ></graphic>
           </screenshot>
          </figure>
	  </para>
	</sect3>
    </sect2> 
    <!-- ================ Usage Subsection ================================ -->
    <sect2 id="mrp-tasks" xreflabel="Tasks"> 
      <title>Working with Tasks</title> 
      <sect3 id="mrp-task-add" xreflabel="Adding Tasks">
	<title>Adding Tasks</title>
	<para>To add a task, you can either click on the <guibutton>Insert
	  </guibutton>button on the toolbar, or you can right click in the 
	  task area and choose <guimenuitem>Insert Task</guimenuitem> from 
	  the pop-up option box.  These options
	  work the same in either the Gantt View or the Task View.
	</para>
	<para>To add several tasks quickly, choose 
	  <menuchoice>
	    <guimenu>Actions</guimenu>
	    <guimenuitem>Insert Tasks</guimenuitem>
	  </menuchoice>, which will open the insert task dialog.
	  This dialog allows quick entry of multiple tasks.  Simply enter the
	  name of the task and amount of work effort and press <keycap>Enter
	  </keycap>.  The new task will be added, and the dialog will remain 
	  open and ready for your next task entry.  Details can be added later.
	</para>
	<para>
          <figure>
            <title>Insert Task</title>
            <graphic fileref="figures/task-insert.png" format="PNG" ></graphic>
          </figure>
	</para>
	<note>
	  <title>Note</title>
	  <para>The <guimenu>Actions</guimenu> menu is sensitive to the view
	    you're currently displaying, so if you want to use the insert task
	    dialog, you need to be in either the task or Gantt view.  It's not
	    available from the other views.
	  </para>
	</note>
      </sect3>
      <sect3 id="mrp-task-properties">
        <title>Task properties</title>
        <para>
	  Some task properties can be edited directly from the Gantt tasks view: the
	  name of the task and the work effort. 
          You can also launch the task properties dialog from here by right clicking on
	  a task and choosing <guimenuitem>Edit task</guimenuitem>.
        </para>
        <para>
          In the Task View you can edit more fields for a task than in the Gantt
          View, and is the preferred view when you start to add tasks to a project.
	</para>
	<para>
          <figure>
            <title>Task View</title>
            <graphic fileref="figures/task-view.png" format="PNG" ></graphic>
          </figure>
	</para>
	<para>
	  To edit all the task properties, right click on a task and select 
	  <guimenuitem>Edit Task</guimenuitem> from the dialog
	  that appears.  Alternatively, you can select the task and use the 
	  main menu:
	  <menuchoice> 
	    <guimenu>Actions</guimenu> 
	    <guimenuitem>Edit Task</guimenuitem> 
	  </menuchoice>.
	  There are several tabs to modify the properties.
          <itemizedlist>
          <listitem>
            <para>The <guilabel>General</guilabel> tab contains the following fields:
	    </para>
	    <itemizedlist>
	    <listitem>
	      <para><guilabel>Name</guilabel> - the name of the task</para>
	    </listitem>
	    <listitem>
	      <para><guilabel>Milestone</guilabel> - the milestone check box 
		flags the task as a milestone, which disables the ability to 
		modify the <guilabel>Work, Duration, Complete, and Priority
		</guilabel> fields, since a milestone signifies a significant
		event in the timeline of a project that has no duration or work
		activity of its own.
	      </para>
	    </listitem>
	    <listitem>
	      <para><guilabel>Fixed duration</guilabel> - the fixed duration 
		option is used when the duration of a task will take a fixed 
		amount of time regardless of the resources devoted to achieving
		it.  For instance, the gestation period for a human baby is
		nine months.  It cannot be sped up by adding more resources.
	      </para>
	      <para>Choosing Fixed duration for a task will unlock the 
		<guilabel>Duration</guilabel>
		field and allow you to enter a value for the fixed duration.
	      </para>
	    </listitem>
	    <listitem>
	      <para><guilabel>Work</guilabel> - this is the amount of effort 
		required to complete the task
	      </para>
	    </listitem>
	    <listitem>
	      <para><guilabel>Duration</guilabel> - the amount of calendar time
		required to complete the task.  Duration is normally calculated
		based on the amount of work and the resources assigned to the 
		task.  The calculation also takes calendars 
		into account.  See the section <xref linkend="mrp-calendars"/>
		for more information.
	      </para>
	    </listitem>
	    <listitem>
	      <para><guilabel>Schedule</guilabel> - sets a constraint on the
		task start date,
		which can either be <guimenuitem>As soon as possible
		</guimenuitem>, <guimenuitem>No earlier than</guimenuitem>, or
		<guimenuitem>On a fixed date</guimenuitem></para>
	    </listitem>
	    <listitem>
	      <para><guilabel>Complete</guilabel> - allows tracking of the 
		amount of work done 
		for the task, entered as a percent of total work</para>
	    </listitem>
	    <listitem>
	      <para><guilabel>Priority</guilabel> - sets a priority for the 
		task.  There is no specific functionality tied to this field at
		the moment.  It is informational only
	      </para>
	    </listitem>
	    </itemizedlist>
	      <para>
                <figure>
                  <title>Task properties dialog</title>
                  <graphic fileref="figures/task-properties-dialog.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
                </figure>
              </para>
            </listitem>
            <listitem>
              <para>
                The <guilabel>Resources</guilabel> tab allows you to assign 
		resources to a task. Remember that resources can include 
		materials as well as people.  Click the check box in the 
		<guilabel>Assigned</guilabel> column to allocate the resource 
		to the current task.  Use the Units field to enter the percent
		of the resource that is allocated to the task.
              </para>
              <para>
                <figure>
                  <title>Task resources dialog</title>
                  <graphic fileref="figures/task-edit-resources.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
                </figure>
		The Gantt view will list the resources assigned to a task to 
		the right of the bar.  If a short name was entered in the 
		resource view, then the short name will display in the Gantt, 
		otherwise, the full name will be displayed.
              </para>
              <para>
                <figure>
                  <title>A resource has been assigned to a task</title>
                  <graphic fileref="figures/task-edit-resource-assigned.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
                </figure>
              </para>
            </listitem>
            <listitem>
              <para>
                You can see in the <guilabel>Predecessors</guilabel> tab the 
		tasks that need to be finished before the task being edited can
		start. In this example, we have three tasks.  In 
		<xref linkend="predecessors"/>, the third task, t3, requires 
		that t2 be complete before it can start.
		</para>
		<para>
                <figure id="predecessors">
                  <title>Task predecessors dialog</title>
                  <graphic fileref="figures/task-edit-predecessors.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
                </figure>
                From this dialog, you can change the task predecessor, the 
		predecessor type, and edit the lag between the task and the 
		predecessor.  To add or remove predecessors from this dialog 
		by clicking the <guibutton>Add</guibutton> or 
		<guibutton>Remove</guibutton> button.
		</para>
		<para>
                When you add a new predecessor you need to choose the task 
		predecessor, which you can select from the drop down list box. 
		The next field is the Relationship type.  You can choose 
		<guimenuitem>Finish to Start (FS)</guimenuitem>,
		<guimenuitem>Finish to Finish (FF)</guimenuitem>,
		<guimenuitem>Start to Start (SS)</guimenuitem>, or
		<guimenuitem>Start to Finish (SF)</guimenuitem>.  Finally, you 
		can enter a lag time for the relationship, which represents the
		number of days after the relationship has been satisfied.  For 
		example, if you enter a lag time of 1 in a Finish to Start 
		relationship, it means that the current task may begin 1 day 
		after the predecessor task has completed.  
		</para>
		<para>
                <figure>
                  <title>Add predecessors dialog</title>
                  <graphic fileref="figures/task-edit-predecessors-add.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
                </figure>
		Lag time can be entered in terms of hours, days, or weeks by 
		appending an h, d, or w to the unit value you enter.  For
		example:
		<itemizedlist>
		<listitem><para>3h = 3 hours</para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>2d = 2 days </para></listitem>
		<listitem><para>4w = 4 weeks </para></listitem>
		</itemizedlist>
		Time entered as weeks will be converted to days.
              </para>
            </listitem>
            <listitem>
              <para>
                You can add notes to the task using the editor in the 
                <guilabel>Notes</guilabel> tab.  You can also insert the current
                time to the note using the button that appears in the dialog.
              </para>
              <para>
                <figure>
                  <title>Task notes dialog</title>
                  <graphic fileref="figures/task-edit-note.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
                </figure>
              </para>
            </listitem>
          </itemizedlist>          
	</para>
      </sect3>
      <sect3 id="mrp-creating-subtasks">
        <title>Creating subtasks</title>
        <para>
	  Complex tasks can be broken down into subtasks to make them easier to 
	  Manage.  A task that is
	  divided in subtasks is called a summary task.  The summary task's 
	  start date and the duration can't be edited because it is calculated
	  from the subtasks.
	</para>
	<para>
	  <figure>
	    <title>A Task with subtasks</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/task-view.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	  </figure>
	</para>
      </sect3>
      
      <sect3 id="mrp-task-constraints">
	<title>Task constraints</title>
	<para>
	  All tasks begin on the project start date by default
	  One exception is the case where a dependency is set up.  There are 
	  times, however, when a dependency doesn't exist, but the task must
	  start on, or no earlier than a specific date.  You can
	  specify these constraints in the start date dialog.
	</para>
	<para>
	  <figure id="constraints">
	    <title>Task constraints</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/task-constraints.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	  </figure>
	  You can delete the constraint for the current task using 
	  <menuchoice> 
	    <guimenu>Actions</guimenu> 
	    <guimenuitem>Reset constraint</guimenuitem> 
	  </menuchoice>, or for all the tasks by choosing
	  <menuchoice> 
	    <guimenu>Actions</guimenu> 
	    <guimenuitem>Reset all constraints</guimenuitem> 
	  </menuchoice>.
	</para>
      </sect3>

      <sect3 id="mrp-task-custom-properties" xreflabel="Custom Task Properties">
      <title>Custom Task Properties</title>
	<para>Custom properties can be added in the task view by choosing 
	  <menuchoice>
	    <guimenu>Actions</guimenu>
	    <guimenuitem>Edit Custom Properties</guimenuitem>
	  </menuchoice>.  Clicking the <guibutton>Add</guibutton>
	  button will open the New Property dialog.
	</para>
	<para>
	  <figure id="task-custom-properties">
	    <title>Task constraints</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/task-custom-properties.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	  </figure>
	</para>
	<para>In the New Property dialog, you can give your new property a 
	  label, a name, description, and set the property type to either text,
	  integer number, or floating point number.  Once you have added your 
	  new property, it will show as a new column in the Task view.  
	</para>
      </sect3>
    </sect2>
    <!-- ================ Usage Subsection ================================ -->
    <sect2 id="mrp-resources" xreflabel="Resources"> 
      <title>Working with Resources</title>
      <sect3 id="mrp-resource-props">
        <title>Resource Properties</title>
        <para>
          The Resource View in &app; shows the following properties:
          <itemizedlist>
            <listitem>
              <para><emphasis>Name:</emphasis> the resource name
              </para>
            </listitem>
            <listitem>
              <para><emphasis>Short Name:</emphasis> short name or initials to
		be displayed in Gantt chart
              </para>
            </listitem>
            <listitem>
              <para><emphasis>Type:</emphasis> Available types are 
		<guimenuitem>Work</guimenuitem>
		and <guimenuitem>Material</guimenuitem>.
                Work is for human resources working in the project, and Material
                is for non-human resources required to complete the project.
              </para>
            </listitem>
            <listitem>
              <para><emphasis>Group:</emphasis> The group that the resource is 
		assigned.  This column offers
		a dropdown list of defined groups.  You must use the Group 
		Editor to define groups before assigning them in the Resource
		View.
              </para>
            </listitem>
            <listitem>
              <para><emphasis>Email:</emphasis> The electronic mail to contact
		the resource.
              </para>
            </listitem>
            <listitem>
              <para><emphasis>Cost:</emphasis> the cost per hour to use this 
		resource.  The cost is not currency specific, so in 
		multinational projects, it is important to decide on a single
		currency to be used for tracking cost.
              </para>
            </listitem>
          </itemizedlist>
	</para>
	<para>
	  <figure>
	    <title>Resource View</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/resource-editor.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	  </figure>
	</para>
<!--
	<para>
          As with the columns from other &app; views, you can sort the columns by
          clicking on the column name. The following figure is an example of the 
          resource view sorted by the name column.
	  <figure>
	    <title>Sorting in the resources editor</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/resource-editor-sorted.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	  </figure>
	</para>
-->
      </sect3>

      <sect3 id="mrp-resource-add">
        <title>Adding Resources</title>
        <para>Resources can be added by choosing the <guibutton>Insert
	  </guibutton> button, or by choosing 
	  <menuchoice>
	    <guimenu>Actions</guimenu>
	    <guimenuitem>Insert Resource</guimenuitem>
	  </menuchoice>.  To add multiple resources quickly, choose 
	  <menuchoice>
	    <guimenu>Actions</guimenu>
	    <guimenuitem>Insert Resources</guimenuitem>
	  </menuchoice>,  which
	  will open the Insert Resource dialog.  In a fashion similar to 
	  <xref linkend="mrp-task-add"/>, you can quickly enter multiple 
	  resources and add detail at a later time.
	</para>
	<para>
	  <figure>
	    <title>Insert Resource</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/resource-insert.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	  </figure>
	</para>
	<para>
	  If Planner's EDS (Evolution Data Server) interface is enabled, you 
	  can also import resources from your Evolution contacts or an LDAP 
	  server.  The EDS interface is an experimental feature and requires
	  <ulink url="http://www.gnome.org/projects/evolution/" type="http">
	  Evolution</ulink> version 2.0 or higher.  
	</para>
	<para>To import contacts using the EDS interface, choose
	  <menuchoice>
	    <guimenu>File</guimenu>
	    <guimenuitem>Import</guimenuitem>
	    <guimenuitem>EDS</guimenuitem>
	  </menuchoice>. You will be presented with the following dialog: 
	</para>
	<para>
	  <figure>
	    <title>EDS Import</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/eds1.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	  </figure>
	</para>
	<para>
	  From the <guilabel>Select group</guilabel> dropdown, select 
	  <guimenuitem>On This Computer</guimenuitem> to choose from 
	  resources in your Evolution contacts list, or  
	  <guimenuitem>On LDAP Servers</guimenuitem> to choose from
	  resources on an LDAP server.  If the resulting list is long, then you
	  can use the search function to find the ones you want, and then 
	  select them by checking the appropriate boxes in the import column.  
	  You can also
	  use <guibutton>Select All</guibutton> or <guibutton>Unselect All
	  </guibutton> to get everyone or start fresh with no one selected.
	</para>
	<para>
	  When finished, click <guibutton>OK</guibutton>, and your selections
	  will be imported into your project resource list.
	</para>
      </sect3>

      <sect3 id="mrp-resource-properties-general">
        <title>Resource Properties Dialog</title>
        <para>
	  To edit resource properties that are not displayed in the resource 
	  view, right click on the resource and choose <guimenuitem>Edit 
	  resource</guimenuitem>.
	  The General tab shows the same items that are in the resource view.
	</para>
	<para>
	  <figure>
	    <title>Resource Properties Dialog - General Tab</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/resource-properties-general.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	  </figure>
	</para>
	<para>
	  The Calendar tab allows us to assign a calendar to a specific resource
	  if the project default calendar is not appropriate.  See 
	  <xref linkend="mrp-properties"/> for more information on setting the 
	  project default calendar.
	  To change the calendar assigned to a resource, simply select it from 
	  the list. If you would like to create a new calendar for this 
	  resource, you can do so from this dialog by clicking the 
	  <guibutton>Edit calendars</guibutton> button.  See 
	  the section <xref linkend="mrp-calendars"/> for more information.
	</para>
	<para>
	  Any tasks assigned to a resource with a specific calendar will use 
	  the calendar assigned to the resource to schedule the work to be done.
	  Therefore, if a task appears to be scheduled for a longer than 
	  expected time period, it is likely that the resource is using a 
	  calendar that is different from the project default.
	</para>
	<para>
	  <figure>
	    <title>Resource Properties Dialog - Calendar Tab</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/resource-properties-calendar.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	  </figure>
	</para>
      </sect3>

      <sect3 id="mrp-resource-custom-properties">
      <title>Resource Custom Properties</title>
      <para>
	Custom Properties are available in the Resource View just as they are 
	in the task view, and the functionality is identical.  To add custom 
	properties to the resources, choose 
	<menuchoice>
	  <guimenu>Actions</guimenu>
	  <guimenuitem>Edit Custom Properties</guimenuitem>
	</menuchoice>.  See the <xref linkend="mrp-task-custom-properties"/> 
	section for more information.
      </para>
      </sect3>

      <sect3 id="mrp-group-editor">
        <title>Group editor</title>
        <para>
          With the group editor you can define groups to be used to classify 
	  your resources. A group has a name, a manager, telephone, email, and 
	  an option to specify the default group.   If you specify a default 
	  group, every new resource that you add will placed in this group.  
	  Of course, you can still change the group to another as needed.
	</para>
	<para>
	  <figure>
	    <title>Group editor</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/resource-group-editor.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	  </figure>
	</para>
      </sect3>
    </sect2>

    <!-- ================ Usage Subsection ================================ -->
    <sect2 id="mrp-scheduling" xreflabel="Scheduling"> 
      <title>Scheduling</title>
        <para>
	  &app; now includes an experimental simple priority based scheduling feature.  To use it, &app; 
	  must be built with the feature enabled.  This feature will divert resources from one or more
	  tasks to a high priority task, and reschedule the tasks accordingly.
	</para>
	<para>
	  Assuming you have an existing project plan with resourced tasks, you can divert the resources 
	  to the higher proirity task by doing the following to the higher priority task:
	  <itemizedlist>
	    <listitem><para>Set the task priority to 9999</para></listitem>
	    <listitem><para>Set the task to Start on a Fixed Date</para></listitem>
	    <listitem><para>Assign a resource to the task</para></listitem>
	  </itemizedlist>
	</para>
    </sect2>

    <!-- ================ Usage Subsection ================================ -->
    <sect2 id="mrp-gantt-view-using" xreflabel="Using the Gantt View">
        <title>Using the Gantt View</title>
        <para>The Gantt View has a number of features that are worth exploring in more detail.
	</para>
	<para>
          <figure>
            <title>Gantt View</title>
            <graphic fileref="figures/gantt-view.png" format="PNG" ></graphic>
          </figure>
	</para>
      <sect3 id="mrp-task-deps">
        <title>Creating Dependencies with the Gantt Chart</title>
	<subtitle>Using the Gantt view to create dependencies between tasks
	</subtitle>
        <para>
	  To start a task, you often have to finish other tasks first. 
	  Dependencies can either be set up by using the <guilabel>Predecessors
	  </guilabel> tab in the task edit dialog as shown above, or it can be 
	  done graphically in the Gantt chart.  If you click on the
	  bar that represents the predecessor (and hold down the mouse button), 
	  an arrow appears.  Dragging that arrow onto the bar that represents 
	  the dependent task will create the dependency.  The Gantt chart will
	  immediately reflect the new relationship by shifting the dependent 
	  task to start when the predecessor is scheduled to complete.  By 
	  creating a dependent relationship this way, &app; always assumes a 
	  Finish Start relationship with zero lag time.  You can modify this 
	  relationship by opening the task edit dialog of the dependent
	  task, and selecting the <guilabel>Predecessors</guilabel> tab.
	</para>
	<para>
	  <figure>
	    <title>Creating a task dependency</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/group1-task-linking.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	  </figure>
	  If you want to remove the dependency, you can select either
	  of the two tasks and delete the link by clicking the <guiicon>Unlink
	  </guiicon>icon on the toolbar, or by right clicking either task and 
	  selecting <guimenuitem>Unlink</guimenuitem> from the pop up.
	</para>
      </sect3>
      <sect3 id="mrp-critical-path">
        <title>Highlighting the Critical Path</title>
        <para>To show the tasks along the critical path of the project, choose
	  <menuchoice>
	    <guimenu>View</guimenu>
	     <guimenuitem>Highlight Critical Tasks</guimenuitem>
	  </menuchoice>.  The names of the tasks along the critical path will 
	  be shown in red, and in the Gantt view, the task bar will also be red.
	</para>
      </sect3>
      <sect3 id="mrp-guidelines">
        <title>Showing Guide Lines</title>
        <para>The <guimenuitem>Show Guide Lines</guimenuitem> option displays 
	   horizontal guide lines in the
	   Gantt chart to help the user visually line up the chart bars with the
	   task list on the left hand side of the window.  To enable the guide
	   lines, choose
	  <menuchoice>
	    <guimenu>View</guimenu>
	     <guimenuitem>Show Guide Lines</guimenuitem>
	  </menuchoice>.  
	</para>
      </sect3>
      <sect3 id="mrp-nonstandard-days">
        <title>Displaying Nonstandard Days</title>
        <para>In the <xref linkend="mrp-calendars"/> section, we showed how to
	  define valid working times for the resources of our project.  In the 
	  Gantt view, there's an easy way to show where a resource has a working
	  or nonworking time that differs from the default calendar.  You can enable
	  the diplay of nonstandard working days by choosing:
	  <menuchoice>
	    <guimenu>View</guimenu>
	     <guimenuitem>Nonstandard Days</guimenuitem>
	  </menuchoice>.
	</para>
	<para>
	  The visualization of nonstandard working/nonworking time is as follows:
	  <itemizedlist>
	    <listitem><para>Nonworking time for some resource(s) on the task during
		a default working time is displayed as a grey bar below the gantt bar
	    </para></listitem>
	    <listitem><para>Working time for some resource(s) on the task during
		a default nonworking time is displayed as a white bar below the gantt bar
	    </para></listitem>
	    <listitem><para>Nonworking time for all resources on the task during
		a default working time is displayed as grey bars above and below the gantt bar
	    </para></listitem>
	    <listitem><para>Working time for all resources on the task during
		a default nonworking time is displayed as white bars above and below the gantt bar
	    </para></listitem>
	  </itemizedlist>
	</para>
      </sect3>
      <sect3 id="mrp-moving-tasks">
        <title>Moving tasks</title>
        <para>
	  If you need to rearrange the order that tasks are displayed in the 
	  task view, you can do so by selecting the task you want to move, and 
	  utilizing the 
	  <guiicon>Move Up</guiicon> and <guiicon>Move Down</guiicon> icons on
	  the toolbar.
        </para>
      </sect3>
      <sect3 id="mrp-zooming-gantt">
        <title>Zooming in the Gantt View</title>
        <para>
          The tasks in a project can have very different durations and 
	  sometimes you need to have a close view of the time line to see the 
	  details of some task dependencies, but other times you need a higher
	  level view of the whole project.
          To support both needs, &app; has a powerful zoom system that
          lets you zoom to fit the complete project, zoom in the view or
          zoom out incrementally to whatever size you like (hours being the 
	  lower limit, and years is the upper limit).
        </para>
        <para>
          <guibutton>Zoom to fit</guibutton> shows the entire project duration 
	  in the Gantt view.
        </para>
        <para>
          You can use the <guibutton>Zoom in</guibutton> and 
	  <guibutton>Zoom out</guibutton> icons to select the length of
          time line in which you want to work.  When the view is
	  zoomed to a detailed level, nonworking hours are shown for each day
	  in addition to weekends.
        </para>
      </sect3>
    </sect2>

    <!-- ================ Usage Subsection ================================ -->
    <sect2 id="mrp-print" xreflabel="Print">
        <title>Printing</title>
        <para>You can print your project information by choosing 
	  <menuchoice> 
	    <guimenu>File</guimenu> 
	    <guimenuitem>Print</guimenuitem> 
	  </menuchoice>, or clicking the 
	  <guilabel>Print</guilabel> button on the task bar.
	  <note><title>Note</title>
	    <para>The <guibutton>Print Preview</guibutton> button is available 
	      in the Print dialog regardless of what tab is currently visible.
	    </para>
	  </note>
	<itemizedlist>
	<listitem>
	  <para>The Print Project dialog allows you to choose between printing 
	    on available printers, or to a PDF file.  If you choose to print to
	    a PDF file, your location options will change so that you can 
	    specify the path and filename of the output file.
	  </para>
	  <para>
	    <figure>
	    <title>Printer Tab</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/print-project.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	    </figure>
	  </para>
	</listitem>
	<listitem>
	  <para>In the Select Views tab, you can choose to print the Gantt,
	    Task, or Resource views, or all of them.  The default is all.
	  </para>
	  <para>
	    <figure>
	    <title>Select Views Tab</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/print-project-selectviews.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	    </figure>
	  </para>
	</listitem>
	<listitem>
	  <para>The Paper tab allows you to specify the size, orientation, and 
		layout of your paper prior to printing.
	  </para>
	  <para>
	    <figure>
	    <title>Paper Tab</title>
	    <graphic fileref="figures/print-project-paper.png" format="PNG"></graphic>
	    </figure>
	  </para>
	</listitem>
	</itemizedlist>
	</para>
    </sect2> 
  </sect1>
<!-- Customization/Settings not yet implemented...
  <- ============= Customization ============================= ->
  <- Use this section to describe how to customize the application. ->
  <sect1 id="myapp-prefs"> 
    <title>Settings</title> 
    <para>To configure &app;, choose 
      <menuchoice> 
	<guimenu>Settings</guimenu> 
	<guimenuitem>Preferences</guimenuitem> 
      </menuchoice>. The 
      <guilabel>Preferences</guilabel> dialog contains the following tabbed
      sections:</para> 
    <itemizedlist> 
      <listitem> 
	<para> 
	  <xref linkend="myapp-prefs-display"/></para> 
      </listitem> 
      <listitem> 
	<para> 
	  <xref linkend="myapp-prefs-viewers"/></para> 
      </listitem> 
    </itemizedlist>
<- =============== Customization Subsection ================ ->
<- Use a new section to describe different tabbed sections on the Settings or Preferences
	     dialog. ->
    <sect2 id="myapp-prefs-display"> 
      <title>Display</title> 
      <variablelist> 
	<varlistentry> 
	  <term> 
	    <guilabel>Interpolation type</guilabel> </term> 
	  <listitem> 
	    <para>Use this drop-down list box to specify the
	      interpolation method that
	      &app; uses when the
	      application resizes images. Select one of the following
	      options:</para>
	    <itemizedlist> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>Nearest neighbor</guilabel> </para> 
		<para>This method of interpolation takes a location in the
		  original image and replicates the pixel that is
		  nearest to this location. When 
		  you zoom in on an image, the pixels are
		  replicated. When you zoom out of an 
		  image, the image loses some of its detail. </para> 
	      </listitem> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>Bilinear</guilabel> </para> 
		<para>This is a simple and fast method of interpolation. When
		  you zoom in on an image, &app; uses up to four
		  adjacent pixels to compute the colors of the new
		  pixels. When you zoom out of 
		  an image, &app; averages regions of color in the
		  existing image to compute the colors of the pixels. </para> 
	      </listitem> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>Hyperbolic</guilabel> </para> 
		<para>This is a high-quality, slow method of interpolation. The
		  application performs interpolation on the image in
		  the manner described in 
		  Digital Image Warping by George Wolberg.</para> 
	      </listitem> 
	    </itemizedlist> 
	    <para>Default: 
	      <guilabel>Nearest neighbor</guilabel>.</para> 
	  </listitem> 
	</varlistentry> 
	<varlistentry> 
	  <term> 
	    <guilabel>Transparency type</guilabel> </term> 
	  <listitem> 
	    <para>Use this drop-down list box to specify how
	      &app; displays transparent or partially opaque
	      backgrounds in images. Select one of the following options:</para> 
	    <itemizedlist> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>Dark checks</guilabel> </para> 
		<para>This option displays black and dark gray checks.</para> 
	      </listitem> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>Midtone checks</guilabel> </para> 
		<para>This option displays dark gray and light gray
		  checks.</para> 
	      </listitem> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>Light checks</guilabel> </para> 
		<para>This option displays light gray and white checks.</para> 
	      </listitem> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>Black only</guilabel> </para> 
		<para>This option displays solid black.</para> 
	      </listitem> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>Gray only</guilabel> </para> 
		<para>This option displays solid gray.</para> 
	      </listitem> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>White only</guilabel> </para> 
		<para>This option displays solid white.</para> 
	      </listitem> 
	    </itemizedlist> 
	    <para>Default: 
	      <guilabel>Dark checks</guilabel>.</para> 
	  </listitem> 
	</varlistentry> 
	<varlistentry> 
	  <term> 
	    <guilabel>Check size</guilabel> </term> 
	  <listitem> 
	    <para>Use this drop-down list box to specify the size of the checks
	      to use to display transparent or partially opaque
	      backgrounds in images. This 
	      option is only relevant if you choose 
	      <guilabel>Dark checks</guilabel>, 
	      <guilabel>Midtone checks</guilabel>, or 
	      <guilabel>Light checks</guilabel> from the 
	      <guilabel>Transparency type</guilabel> drop-down list box.
	      Select one of the following options:</para> 
	    <itemizedlist> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>Small</guilabel></para> 
	      </listitem> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>Medium</guilabel></para> 
	      </listitem> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>Large</guilabel></para> 
	      </listitem> 
	    </itemizedlist> 
	    <para>Default: 
	      <guilabel>Small</guilabel>.</para> 
	  </listitem> 
	</varlistentry> 
	<varlistentry> 
	  <term> 
	    <guilabel>Dither type</guilabel> </term> 
	  <listitem> 
	    <para>Use this drop-down list box to specify the dithering method
	      to use to display images. Dithering is a technique that
	      is used to simulate 
	      colors in the original image file but that your system
	      can not display. Select 
	      one of the following options:</para> 
	    <itemizedlist> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>None</guilabel> </para> 
		<para>This option does not use dithering. </para> 
	      </listitem> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>Normal (pseudocolor)</guilabel> </para> 
		<para>This option performs dithering on pseudocolor displays,
		  which use a limited palette of colors. </para> 
	      </listitem> 
	      <listitem> 
		<para> 
		  <guilabel>Maximum (high color)</guilabel> </para> 
		<para>This option performs dithering on pseudocolor and high
		  color displays. </para> 
	      </listitem> 
	    </itemizedlist> 
	    <para>Default: 
	      <guilabel>None</guilabel>.</para> 
	  </listitem> 
	</varlistentry> 
	<varlistentry> 
	  <term> 
	    <guilabel>Two-pass scrolling</guilabel> </term> 
	  <listitem> 
	    <para>Select this option to render an image in two passes
	      when you scroll the image quickly. The first pass
	      renders a low quality version of the image. The second
	      pass renders a full quality version of the image over
	      the low quality version. Two-pass scrolling enables you
	      to view at least a low quality version of the image at
	      all times regardless of how quickly you scroll the
	      image. 
	    </para>
	    <para>Default: unselected.</para> 
	  </listitem> 
	</varlistentry> 
      </variablelist> 
    </sect2>
    <- ============= Customization Subsection ===================== ->
    <- Another tabbed section on the Preferences dialog. ->
    <sect2 id="myapp-prefs-viewers"> 
      <title>Viewers</title> 
      <para>You can set the following viewer preferences: 
	<itemizedlist> 
	  <listitem> 
	    <para> 
	      <xref linkend="myapp-viewer-prefs-image-window"/></para> 
	  </listitem> 
	  <listitem> 
	    <para> 
	      <xref linkend="myapp-viewer-prefs-full-screen"/></para> 
	  </listitem> 
	</itemizedlist> </para> 
      <sect3 id="myapp-viewer-prefs-image-window"> 
	<title>Image Windows</title> 
	<para>The 
	  <guilabel>Image Windows</guilabel> group contains the preferences
	  that you can set to view images in image windows.</para> 
	<variablelist> 
	  <varlistentry> 
	    <term> 
	      <guilabel>Use scrollbars</guilabel> </term> 
	    <listitem> 
	      <para>Use this drop-down list box to specify when to use
		scrollbars to scroll through an image. Select one of
		the following options:</para> 
	      <itemizedlist> 
		<listitem> 
		  <para> 
		    <guilabel>Never</guilabel> </para> 
		  <para>This option never displays scrollbars. You can use the
		    arrow keys on the keyboard or the mouse to scroll
		    through the image. </para>  
		</listitem> 
		<listitem> 
		  <para> 
		    <guilabel>Only if image does not fit</guilabel> </para> 
		  <para>This option displays scrollbars when the image is
		    larger than the image window.</para> 
		</listitem> 
	      </itemizedlist> 
	      <para>Default: 
		<guilabel>Never</guilabel>.</para> 
	    </listitem> 
	  </varlistentry> 
	  <varlistentry> 
	    <term> 
	      <guilabel>Pick window size and zoom factor
		automatically</guilabel> </term> 
	    <listitem> 
	      <para>Select this option to resize the image window to fit the
		image or to resize the image to fit the image
		window. If the image is small, 
		&app; resizes the image window to fit the image. If
		the image is large, &app; resizes the image to fit
		the image window. </para> 
	      <para>Default: unselected.</para> 
	    </listitem> 
	  </varlistentry> 
	  <varlistentry> 
	    <term> 
	      <guilabel>Open images in a new window</guilabel> </term> 
	    <listitem> 
	      <para>Select this option to open a new
		&app; window each time you open an image. If you do
		not select this option, &app; replaces the existing
		image with the new image when you open an image. </para> 
	      <para>Default: unselected.</para> 
	    </listitem> 
	  </varlistentry> 
	</variablelist> 
      </sect3> 
      <sect3 id="myapp-viewer-prefs-full-screen"> 
	<title>Full Screen</title> 
	<para>The 
	  <guilabel>Full Screen</guilabel> group contains the preferences that
	  you can set to view images in full screen mode.</para> 
	<variablelist> 
	  <varlistentry> 
	    <term> 
	      <guilabel>Use scrollbars</guilabel> </term> 
	    <listitem> 
	      <para>Use this drop-down list box to specify when to use
		scrollbars to scroll through an image. Select one of the following
		options:</para> 
	      <itemizedlist> 
		<listitem> 
		  <para> 
		    <guilabel>Never</guilabel> </para> 
		  <para>This option never displays scrollbars. You can use the
		    arrow keys on the keyboard or the mouse to scroll
		    through the image. </para>  
		</listitem> 
		<listitem> 
		  <para> 
		    <guilabel>Only if image does not fit</guilabel> </para> 
		  <para>This option displays scrollbars when the image is
		    larger than the full screen. </para> 
		</listitem> 
	      </itemizedlist> 
	      <para>Default: 
		<guilabel>Never</guilabel>.</para> 
	    </listitem> 
	  </varlistentry> 
	  <varlistentry> 
	    <term> 
	      <guilabel>Use 1:1 zoom factor</guilabel> </term> 
	    <listitem> 
	      <para>Select this option to use the 1:1 zoom factor when you open
		an image. The 1:1 zoom factor displays the image at
		its actual size. </para>  
	      <para>Default: selected.</para> 
	    </listitem> 
	  </varlistentry> 
	  <varlistentry> 
	    <term> 
	      <guilabel>Use same zoom factor as image window</guilabel> </term>
	    
	    <listitem> 
	      <para>Select this option to use the same zoom factor that the
		application uses to display the image in an image
	      window. </para>  
	      <para>Default: unselected.</para> 
	    </listitem> 
	  </varlistentry> 
	  <varlistentry> 
	    <term> 
	      <guilabel>Fit all images to screen</guilabel> </term> 
	    <listitem> 
	      <para>Select this option to resize images to fill the full screen
		when you open the images in full screen mode. </para> 
	      <para>Default: unselected.</para> 
	    </listitem> 
	  </varlistentry> 
	  <varlistentry> 
	    <term> 
	      <guilabel>Fit standard-sized images to screen</guilabel> </term> 
	    <listitem> 
	      <para>Select this option to automatically resize images
		that are the same size as standard screens so that the
		images fill the full screen when you open them in full
		screen mode. If you select this option, &app; ignores
		the settings for the previous three options when you
		open an image that is the same size as a standard
		screen.  Examples of standard screen sizes are 640 x
		480 pixels, 1024 x 768 pixels, and so on. </para>
	      <para>Default: unselected.</para> 
	    </listitem> 
	  </varlistentry> 
	  <varlistentry> 
	    <term> 
	      <guilabel>Put a bevel around the edge of the screen</guilabel>
	    </term> 
	    <listitem> 
	      <para>Select this option to display a 3D beveled border around
		the full screen view of an image. </para> 
	      <para>Default: unselected.</para> 
	    </listitem> 
	  </varlistentry> 
	</variablelist> 
      </sect3> 
    </sect2> 
  </sect1>
-->
<!-- ============= Bugs ================================== -->
<!-- This section is optional and is commented out by default. 
     You can use it to describe known bugs and limitations of the 
	  program if there are any - please be frank and list all
     problems you know of. 
  
  <sect1 id="mayapp-bugs">
  <title>Known Bugs and Limitations</title>
  <para> </para>
 </sect1>
-->
<!-- ============= About ================================== -->
<!-- This section contains info about the program (not docs), such as
      author's name(s), web page, license, feedback address. This
      section is optional: primary place for this info is "About.." box of
      the program. However, if you do wish to include this info in the
      manual, this is the place to put it. Alternatively, you can put this information in the title page.-->
 <sect1 id="planner-about"> 
    <title>About &app;</title> 
    <para> &app; is maintained by Imendio and GNOME community volunteers.
      To find more information about
      &app;, please visit the
      <ulink url="http://live.gnome.org/Planner" type="http">&app; 
      Web site</ulink>, where you can find information about subscribing
      to the mailing list, searching the list archive, status of current
      development efforts, and additional documentation.
    </para>
    <para>
      To report a bug or make a suggestion regarding this application or
      this manual, you can submit them using 
      <ulink url="http://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=planner" 
	type="http">bugzilla</ulink>.
    </para>

    <para> This program is distributed under the terms of the GNU
      General Public license as published by the Free Software
      Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option)
      any later version. A copy of this license can be found 
      <ulink url="http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html"
	type="http">here</ulink>, or in the file named
      COPYING included with the source code of this program. </para>
  </sect1> 

  <sect1 id="mrp-database-config">
  <title>Configuring a &app; database</title>
   <sect2 id="postgresql-database-config">
   <title>Configuring a Postgresql database for use with &app;</title>

   <caution>
     <para>
         The database support is still considered a technology preview,
         and requires knowledge in Postgresql and database setup. You also
         need the sources to Planner to access the database scheme file.
     </para>
   </caution>

    <para>&app; can store projects in a PostgreSQL database.  In order to do 
	this, PostgreSQL must be installed and configured to accept the project
	data.  These instructions are intended to outline the steps you should
	take to accomplish that.  For more information about PostgreSQL 
	administration and use, please consult the PostgreSQL documentation
	available at <ulink url="http://www.postgresql.org">The PostgreSQL Web
	Site</ulink>.  The PostgreSQL Documentation includes instructions on 
	installing from source tarballs.
	RPMs are also available from this site if you prefer that method.
    </para>
    <para>Start by logging in as root, and copying the database.sql file to 
	the /tmp directory. You'll use this file in the last step of the 
	process, but its better to copy it first rather than go hunting for it 
	later. Assuming the &app; folder is in the root directory, you would 
	do the following:
      <screen>
	<prompt>root#</prompt><userinput> cp &cmd;/docs/sql/database-0.13.sql /tmp</userinput>
      </screen>
    </para>
    <para>If you're running Red Hat and you chose to install the PostgreSQL 
	packages along with the rest of your system, then you already have a 
	database cluster and default user set up.  The database cluster will 
	be /var/lib/pgsql/data, and the default user will be postgres.
    </para>
    <para>If there is no default user set up, then create the user postgres 
	with the home directory /var/lib/pgsql.
    </para>
    <para>
	Create a database cluster by logging into the postgres account and 
	executing the initdb command:
      <screen>
	<prompt>root#</prompt><userinput> su - postgres</userinput>
	<prompt>bash$</prompt><userinput> initdb -D data</userinput>
      </screen>
    </para>
    <para>
	Then start the database server:
      <screen>
	<prompt>bash$</prompt><userinput> pg_ctl -D data -l logfile start</userinput>
      </screen>
    </para>
    <para>
	Create a non-default user by logging into the postgres account and 
	executing the createuser command (use your own user name here - kurt 
	is mine):
      <screen>
	<prompt>root#</prompt><userinput> su - postgres</userinput>
	<prompt>bash$</prompt><userinput> createuser</userinput>
	Enter name of user to add:<userinput> kurt</userinput>
	Shall the new user be allowed to create databases? (y/n)<userinput> y</userinput>
	Shall the new user be allowed to create more new users? (y/n)<userinput> y</userinput>
	CREATE USER
      </screen>
	This will allow you to execute commands from your own account rather 
	than use the default account.
    </para>

    <note>
	<title>Note</title>
	<para>
	  As of v0.13, &app; can now create the database for you when you save
	  your project, so you no longer need to perform the remaining steps 
	  in this section manually.
	</para>
    </note>

    <para>
	You can now create the database and group from your own account:
      <screen>
	<prompt>kurt#</prompt><userinput> createdb -U kurt plannerdb</userinput>
	CREATE DATABASE
	<prompt>kurt#</prompt><userinput> echo 'create group &cmd; with user kurt;' | psql -e -U kurt -d plannerdb</userinput>
	create group &cmd; with user kurt;
	CREATE GROUP
      </screen>
    </para>

    <para>
	This final command will build the tables required to store the project 
	information in the plannerdb database.  The file 
	<filename>database.sql</filename> can be found in the &app;
	distribution subfolder <filename class="directory">docs/sql</filename>.
      <screen>
	<prompt>kurt#</prompt><userinput> cat /tmp/database.sql | psql -e -U kurt -d plannerdb
	</userinput>
      </screen>
	This line generates a lot of output.  When it's complete, you should go
	back and review the output, checking for any error messages (look for 
	lines that start with the word ERROR).  If you don't find any, then 
	all the tables were created successfully.
    </para>

    <para>That's it.  You should now be able to save and open projects using 
	the PostgreSQL database.
    </para>

    <para>
	If you have a problem or encounter an error, you can try again removing
	the group and database and recreating them:
      <screen>
	<prompt>kurt#</prompt><userinput> dropdb plannerdb</userinput>
	<prompt>kurt#</prompt><userinput> echo 'DROP GROUP &cmd;;' | psql -e -U kurt -d plannerdb
	</userinput>
      </screen>
    </para>
   </sect2>
   <sect2 id="postgresql-remote-config">
   <title>Configuring a Postgresql database for remote connection</title>
    <para>
	Now that you've set up your postgresql database, you'll probably want
	to make it available so that &app; users can access it from their 
	machines.  This section will show you the basic steps to allow
	connectivity from other machines in your network in a trusted 
	environment.  In order to make your connection more secure, you should
	read the PostgreSQL documentation, available at 
	<ulink url="http://www.postgresql.org">The PostgreSQL website</ulink>,
	specifically the chapter entitled "Client Authentication".
    </para>
    <para>The first thing you'll want to do is find the configuration files
	you'll need to modify.  The files are <filename>postgresql.conf
	</filename> and <filename>pg_hba.conf</filename>, 
	which according to the PostgreSQL manual should be in <filename
	class='directory'>/usr/local/pgsql/data/</filename>, but on Red Hat 
	and Fedora Core distributions they can be found in <filename 
	class='directory'>/var/lib/pgsql/data/</filename>.  If you have 
	trouble finding them, use the <command>locate</command> command.
      <screen>
	<prompt>root#</prompt><userinput> locate postgresql.conf</userinput>
	/var/lib/pgsql/data/postgresql.conf
      </screen>
    </para>
    <para>
	Next, tell PostgreSQL that its ok to accept connections via TCP/IP.  
	Log in as root, and modify the the <filename>postgresql.conf</filename>
	file, change the 
	tcpip_socket value to true, and uncomment the line if necessary.  
	Then save the file.
    </para>
    <para>
	Then tell PostgreSQL to allow connections from the ip addresses in
	your local area network by adding a host line to pg_hba.conf:
      <screen>
	# TYPE  DATABASE USER   IP-ADDRESS        IP-MASK       METHOD
	 local    all 	 all    ident                           sameuser
<userinput>	host    all   all   192.168.1.0  255.255.255.0  trust</userinput>
      </screen>
	This line will allow all machines in the IP range of 192.168.1.1 to 
	192.168.1.254 to access any PostgreSQL database on the server.  You 
	may need to change the IP address and mask depending on your local
	network.  Contact your network administrator for help in this area.
    </para>
    <para>
	Finally, restart the PostgreSQL service:
      <screen>
	<prompt>bash$</prompt><userinput> pg_ctl -D data -l logfile restart</userinput>
      </screen>
    </para>
    <para>
	You should now be able to open and save &app; plans from other machines
	in your local area network by including a host name or IP address in
	the Server box in the &app; Open from or Save to Database dialog.
    </para>
    <warning>
      <para>
	Once again, you are strongly advised to consult the PostgreSQL 
	documentation,
	Client Authentication section to fully understand the levels of 
	security that can be implemented to suit your needs.  The level of
	trust that is granted in this example is not suitable for most
	production environments.
      </para>
    </warning>
   </sect2>
  </sect1>

  <!--sect1 id="mrp-web-resources">
  <title>Project Management Web Resources</title>
    <para>This list doesn't represent any sort of endorsement or anything.
	Its just a list of sites that you might find helpful.
    </para>
    <para>
	<ulink url="http://www.pmi.org">The PMI Web Site</ulink>
	<ulink url="http://www.projectconnections.com">Project Connections
	</ulink>
    </para>
  </sect1-->

  <bibliography>
  <title>Bibliography</title>
      <biblioentry>
	<abbrev>PMBOK</abbrev>
	<authorgroup>
	<author><firstname>Project Management Institute</firstname></author>
	</authorgroup>
	<copyright><year>2000</year>
	<holder>Project Management Institute, Inc.</holder></copyright>
	<isbn>1-880410-23-0</isbn>
	<publisher>
	<publishername>Project Management Institute, Inc.</publishername>
	</publisher>
	<title>A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide)</title>
      </biblioentry>
  </bibliography>
</article>