Phabricator Administrator's Handbook

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A Phabricator presentation created for the WikiCon 2016

This book is a guide for administrators of a generic Phabricator installation.

Phabricator is a free and open source professional suite of web-based software development collaboration tools. It can be used both as a software to be installed on a web server, or as a service maintained by someone else.

Contents[edit]

  1. Starting points
    1. Support - how to find help by humans
    2. References - where to find some official documentation and other references
  2. Overview
    1. Compare Phabricator and ... - a quick comparison between Phabricator and other solutions like GitLab
  3. First steps
    1. Installation - how to install Phabricator on a server
    2. Authorize a client via SSH - how to upload an SSH public key in Phabricator
  4. Modules
    1. Projects - how to create a project, configure policies etc.
    2. Herald - trigger actions from events
    3. Maniphest - discover the component handling Tasks and bug reports
    4. Harbormaster - discover how to do continuous integration with Harbormaster
  5. Additionals
    1. Configure inbound e-mail
      1. Using an existing mailbox