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The word round refers to one of the several stages a project goes through at DP, in which it is prepared for Project Gutenberg's repository of e-texts. Since June 2005, each project goes through a minimum of two proofing rounds and one formatting round. See also P1, P2, P3, F1, and F2.
All projects also go through Post-Processing (PP) and Post-Processing Verification (PPV), and may go through the Smooth-Reading (SR) process, but these stages are seldom referred to as "rounds." See also the General Workflow Diagram.