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{{#lst:About Toolforge|whatis}}

This page contains links to documentation for tool developers, maintainers, and Toolforge administrators.

Toolforge quickstart

To get started with creating or deploying your own tools on Toolforge, check out the quickstart guide.

Toolforge documentation

About Toolforge

Tool developer/maintainer documentation

Toolforge Help: Learn how to follow basic Toolforge workflows to create and maintain tools using Tool Accounts.

Toolforge administration documentation

Documentation for administrators of the Toolforge service itself can be found at Portal:Toolforge/Admin.

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