Mailing lists is a primary communication channel with Subversive development team. If you are interested in getting announcements for new versions, or want to participate in discussions of development or integration topics, then you can subscribe to one of the following mailing lists.
firstname.lastname@example.org - A mail list for developer discussion. It's a place, where Subversive committers, contributors and integrators discuss all topics related with project development.
Mailing list archive
email@example.com - A mail list for defects reporting. If you found a defect, you can send report here. Nevertheless the preferred place for defects reporting is Bugzilla.
Mailing list archive
Frequently asked questions
What I need to do in order to use mailing lists?
First of all you need to subscribe to the mailing list. Please follow subscribe instructions. As soon as you will complete subscription process, you will get posts from mailing list to your mailbox. You can also post to mailing list by sending e-mails to mailing list address.
You have mailing lists and newsgroups. What is the difference and what should I use?
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.
Can I review mailing lists?
Mailing list archives allows you to review all posts though simple web interface. You don't need to subscribe or register in order to have access to archives.
I subscribed to the mailing list, but receive only new posts. Where I can find old posts?
Please take a look to mailing list archive. There you can find all posts.
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