CMS, or Contest Management System, is a distributed system for running and (to some extent) organizing a programming contest.
CMS has been designed to be general and to handle many different types of contests, tasks, scorings, etc. Nonetheless, CMS has been explicitly build to be used in the 2012 International Olympiad in Informatics, held in September 2012 in Italy.
Have you ever wanted to give us your opinion about CMS and let us hear your voice? Now it's the time!
You can fill this form to let us know about you and your general opinion on CMS, and this other form to let us know about specific contests you ran with CMS (you can fill this second form several times for different contests).
To learn how to install and use CMS, please read the documentation, available at https://cms.readthedocs.org/.
If you have questions or need help troubleshooting some problem, contact us in the chat at gitter, or write on the support mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org, where no registration is required (you can see the archives on Google Groups).
To help with the troubleshooting, you can upload on some online pastebin the relevant log files, that you can find in /var/local/log/cms/ (if CMS was running installed) or in ./log (if it was running from the local copy).
If you encountered a bug, please file an issue on GitHub following the instructions in the issue template.
Please don't file issues to ask for help, we are happy to help on the mailing list or on gitter, and it is more likely somebody will answer your query sooner.