Introduction to GNUbatch
This is a web page about GNUbatch, an advanced batch scheduling system for GNU.
GNUbatch documentation is currently in ODF and PDF and located amid the sources.
For a quick introduction, please read the User Guide here.
For installation information, please read the Administration Manual here.
For complete details, please read the Reference Manual here.
For information on the API, please read the API Manual here.
For information on the Web Browser Interface, please read the Web Browser Interface Manual here.
For information on the MS Windows Interface, please read the MS Windows Interface Manual here.
The main discussion list is <firstname.lastname@example.org>, and is used to discuss all aspects of GNUBATCH, including development and porting.
Announcements about GNUbatch and most other GNU software are made on <email@example.com>.
To subscribe to these or any GNU mailing lists, please send an empty mail with a Subject: header line of just "subscribe" to the relevant -request list. For example, to subscribe yourself to GNU announcement list, you would send mail to <firstname.lastname@example.org> with no body and a Subject: header line of just "subscribe". Or you can use the mailing list web interface.
Request an Enhancement
If you would like any new feature to be included in future versions of GNUbatch, please send a request to <email@example.com>.
Work is already in hand on what will be GNUbatch2, which is a "ground-up" rewrite including nested named conditions, heirarchical job queues and numerous extra features. Please consider assisting in the completion of this.
Please remember that development of GNUbatch is a volunteer effort, and you can also contribute to its development. For information about contributing to the GNU Project, please read How to help GNU.
Report a Bug
If you think you have found a bug in GNUbatch, then please send as complete a report as possible to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.