The Alpha Documentation site is maintained by Donavan Hall, it can be found at
As I mentioned on my personal page Donavan Hall, I've switched careers. I don't have access to the web account above. Two years ago I moved most of the documentation to my personal site:
but a few months ago I switch web hosts and now those files don't exist anymore.
Click here  to browse the current Help documents included with the latest versions of AlphaTcl. If you want to suggest a new section (or contribute some Help text) to any of Alpha's Help files, please check out the Help the Help Files page.
For any one interested in getting a sneak preview of the future of Alpha's documentation, Donavan keeps drafts and notes at the following url:
The above site is definately out of commission. It was running on the G4, OS X machine in my old office.
The Alpha Documentation Team is debating how best to implement Alpha's new documentation system. A record of sugguestions, ideas, and comments are provided on the AIDE page.
The New Alpha Documentation
Craig Upright and Donavan Hall are rewriting and updating Alpha's documentation. The following is a rough outline of proposed document sets. See also the AIDE Numbering Scheme for how these document sets/projects fit in AIDE.
1. Alpha Quick Start (What's up with the line wrapping?)
2. Learning Alpha (I just need to get my dissertation written.)
3. Exploring Alpha (Adventurous Users)
4. Unlocking Alpha (Advanced Users/Developers)
5. The Alpha Cookbook
6. Alpha User's Reference
7. Alpha Developer's Reference