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ArchStudio Mailing Lists

We maintain three separate mailing lists that are used for communication primarily about ArchStudio but also encompass related projects (xADL 2.0, Mighty Automated Software Tools, etc.) We strongly encourage developers working with these tools to subscribe to one or more of these lists.

All our lists are managed by the Mailman program, which allows for convenient Web-based subscription, account management, and archive browsing. Subscribers can receive messages individually or periodically in digest format. All messages from these lists are prefaced in the subject line with the name of the list for easy message filtering and categorization.


archstudio-announce
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This is a very low traffic announce-only list that is used only for announcing important ArchStudio-related news such as new builds, new features, or major changes of import to the user community. Only list administrators and moderators can post to this list. We recommend that all ArchStudio users subscribe to this list.

 

archstudio-dev
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This is a moderate traffic discussion list that is used for general discussion of ArchStudio-related development issues. Any member can post to this list. We recommend that all ArchStudio developers or those interested in the day-to-day goings on of ArchStudio subscribe to this list.

 

archstudio-commits
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This is a high traffic announce-only list that is used for automatically announcing any commits (changes) to the ISR subversion repository. Messages to this list are auto-generated by Subversion. Only automatic commits are broadcast through this list and other postings are not allowed. We recommend that interested users subscribe to this list with caution due to the high traffic and occasional large message sizes. Most users will find the Web-based archive or the Trac System more useful.

Comments? Questions?

Comments or questions on these lists should go to Eric Dashofy.