When a new code review topic is created, it is necessary to specify what project the review is related to. Projects can be used as a filtering mechanism when displaying lists of topics (see Section 3.9). This can be a great benefit, in the situation where a single Codestriker deployment is serving a large number of developer groups. Typically, a member of a developer group only wants to see the list of open code review topics in their project.
An example project list screen can be seen in Figure 3-2.
This figure shows an example Codestriker deployment, which shows the list of projects defined, where each row contains the project's name and description. To edit a project's name and/or description, click on the project's name. This will take you to a screen for modifying the project's attributes.
At the bottom of the "project list" page, is a link to "Create new project". This will take you a screen, as shown in Figure 3-3.
To create the project, simple fill in the details for the project's name and description, and press the "Submit" button. This will then display an updated project list.