By Peppertech on Aug 06, 2009
With the latest update to Project Kenai on Aug. 4th, we added the ability for each project to now have their own Website.
A Website is a set of web pages that you have uploaded to Project Kenai to use as your project's public home page. This home page is accessed through a web browser at the URL
This website is completely under your control. It does not have any of the automatic navigation you see with pages in Project Kenai, like the left navbar that links to your project features, the breadcrumbs list, or search. If you want the user to be able to navigate to your project, you must supply the links yourself.
A couple of the main advantages of this new feature are the ability to host a basic Maven repository and the display of JavaDocs with your own control over the CSS and layout of those docs. Of course just being able to display your project the way you want to, is also something that people have been asking for for some time now.
For complete details around how to implement the Website feature, and how to upload content to the site, please checkout the always informative Help pages.
As always, we're interested in your comments and feedback. Don't hesitate to let us know what you think about this or any other feature on the site. You can leave a comment here, post a topic to the Forums, or send an email to kenai-admin-AT-sun-DOT-com
The Project Kenai Team