The draft documentation wiki is where our documentation team prepare user, administrator and integration documentation before publishing completed documents on the OpenX website. We're always looking for more contributors, so please feel free to contact us if you'd like to help us write documentation.
A collection of notes from our development and support teams which may be included in documentation at a later date. See all documentation notes.
Here are some of the terms we use to describe documentation:
User documentation - Information to help people get the most from using OpenX to traffic advertising on a daily basis.
Administrator documentation - Information for people setting up or administering an OpenX ad server.
Integration documentation - Information for people using the stable public APIs to get the most out of OpenX (at the moment these will be custom applications which talk with OpenX, but in future this will include plugin APIs etc).
Guides - Description of all the commonly used features in the product for a user/administrator. Advanced features are not covered in the user guide but rather in stand alone white papers.
Tutorials / How tos - Short documents describing common usage cases. These may simply describe a particular feature, or otherwise walk you through the process of performing a task.
White papers - Detailed standalone documentation on less commonly used features.
Notes - Notes, tips and tricks recorded by the support and development teams that aren't included as a part of other documentation.