Mailing lists

If you have any questions about SUMO, please post them into one of our mailing lists. You may need to create an Eclipse account first.
Before you post on a list, please check the FAQ for already answered questions.

This is the first place you should ask your questions. If you have a novel question, here is some general advice before asking. If you wish to report an error please follow these suggestions. Subscribe to this list for asking questions, reporting issues and getting information about what other people ask.
Frequency: about 100 mails per month
Archive: Eclipse Archive, Mail Archive, SF Archive
Subscribe to this list if you want to get information about new releases or documents. Post to the list if you have to announce something by yourself.
Frequency: few mails per year
Archive: Eclipse Archive, Mail Archive, SF Archive
This list is for topics related to sumo development. If you want to contribute code or ask a question in regard to extending SUMO, this is the right place.
Frequency: few mails per month
Archive: Eclipse Archive, Mail Archive, SF Archive

To unsubscribe visit the same link(s) as given above for subscription. An easy way to subscribe (or unsubscribe) is to write an email to or Make sure to use the right sender address (subject and body can be empty). This works for the dev and the announce list as well.

There is also a forum available to access the sumo-user mailing list. Please be aware that every message to the forum also goes to all sumo-user subscribers and vice versa. You need to register for the forum, but you only need a valid email, not an Eclipse account.

Project Leads

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Michael Behrisch
SUMO developer at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) since 2007, researcher, strategy refusenik, open source enthusiast and responsible for half of the failing integration tests.


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Robert Hilbrich
SUMO team lead at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Berlin, responsible for business development and strategy, member of Eclipse Board of Directors and Chair of Eclipse openMobility.


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