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Subversive newsgroup is a place where our community can discuss general topics related with the project. It's a right place to ask questions about Subversive usage, share feedback and request a help. You can connect to the newsgroup by news://news.eclipse.org/eclipse.technology.subversive. You can find instructions how to connect to the newsgroup below.
In order to access newsgroup you should request a free password by filling the registration form on http://www.eclipse.org/newsgroups/register.php. You'll receive login credentials by e-mail shortly after registering. You can work with newsgroups using simple web interface or setup your favorite NNTP news reader like Outlook, Thunderbird, etc.
You can work with newsgroup through simple and useful web interface, which allows reading posts and writing answers. Use following link to access the Subversive newsgroup through web interface:
You can use any news reader, which supports NNTP. The most popular mail clients like Outlook and Thunderbird can be used to work with newsgroups. In order to setup any news reader use following settings:
Let's follow MS Outlook Express setup process by example.
Now you can select eclipse.technology.subversive node in the Folders tree in order to see posts in this newsgroup and make own posts.
Mailing lists are mostly used for communication between Subversive committers, integrators, contributors and getting announcements from development team. Newsgroups are aimed to organize general discussions in wider community.
Thus, if you use Subversive and need to get the support or ask questions, then you should post to the newsgroup.
If you are Subversive committer, contributor or integrator, then post to the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list.
If you want to get announcement about new Subversive versions, then subscribe to the email@example.com mailing list.
Development team will be really appreciated if before asking the question you can try to find the answer in previous posts by browsing or searching them.
If you are sure that the problem caused by Subversive, then create new item on Bugzilla. If you have doubts then post a question to the newsgroup.
Visit Polarion.com to learn about the Subversive Connectors open-source project used by Subversive to communicate with the SVN infrastructure.
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