- The LONG DP Jargon Guide
- Forums jargon for DPers
- Wiki jargon for DPers
- Book Publishing jargon for DPers
- LOTE Jargon Guides
Each project going through DP has a sort of "home page," called its Project Page, which serves as a nexus to the various resources on the DP site related to the project. The Project Page provides basic information about each project, including its PM, PPer (if assigned), difficulty level, genre, Special Days (if any), its current stage (round, etc.), the date it was last worked on, its Project Comments, a link to its project thread, and other information. The page can be displayed in four different levels of detail.
Project Pages are customized for each individual DPer, providing easy access to the last five pages that each proofreader has started but not completed, and the last five pages each proofreader has finished processing in that project's current round. Access can also be gained to other pages in the project, including the "diffs" for the project, via the Page Details.