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About mailing lists

Subscribing

In order to subscribe to any of the mailing lists, you need a mageia identity account. If you don't have one yet, create one on https://identity.mageia.org/register (see FAQ:Accounts for more details). Login using your login and email on https://ml.mageia.org/, then go to the page for the list you want to subscribe and click on the subscribe link.

Unsubscribing

Unsubscribing is done through the web interface too, on the list page, after login on https://ml.mageia.org/ with your identity login and password. If you lost your password see this page.

Changing subscribed email address

See this page.

Archives

Archives for all mailing lists are available from the list page on https://ml.mageia.org/.

Archives for the mailing lists previously hosted on zarb.org are available on http://archives.mageia.org/zarb-ml/.

Creating a new list

If you think a new mailing list is needed, contact Sysadmin Team.

Gmane

Some of the mailing lists are available on gmane. See this page.

List of mailing lists

Atelier (artwork, web, marketing, communication)

  • atelier-commits: Notifications for all commits on the atelier repositories (Web, Artwork, etc)

Board, Council and others governance group

  • council: Council discussion list. Only council members can post messages to the list, but anybody can subscribe with read-only access.
  • board-public: Board discussion list. Only board members can post messages to the list, but anybody can subscribe with read-only access.
  • board-private: Board private discussion list, for rare discussions that cannot be public. Only board members can be subscribed to the list.
  • board-commits: Mailing list receiving commits on board documents (association statutes, etc ...)
  • treasurer-commits: Mailing list receiving commits on Mageia.Org association treasurer repository

Bug triaging

Documentation

  • doc-bugs: Notifications for bugs assigned to documentation team

Forums

  • forums-bugs: Notifications for bugs assigned to forums team

General Mailing lists

  • announce: important announces about Mageia (new releases or other important events)
  • dev: Mageia developement discussion list. For technical discussions about Mageia developement
  • updates-announce: Notifications for security or bugfix updates for Mageia stable releases

Internationalization and translation

  • i18n-bugs: Notifications for translation bugs from bugzilla
  • i18n-reports: Automated reports for new translations (documentation changes, new blog posts, etc ...)
  • Discussion lists for various languages are also available. See the full list on this page

Local Community

Mageia Users discussion lists

  • discuss: Main discussion list about Mageia, for any topic that doesn't have a better mailing list

Packagers and developers

Discussions are held on the dev mailing lists.

  • bugs: Notification for new bugs or comments submitted to bugzilla. This mailing list receives all the notifications for all bugs (triaged or not, packaging, dev, atelier issues, infrastructure...)
  • pkg-bugs: Notification for changes on bugs assigned to pkg-bugs. Those are bugs that have been triaged, when the package has no registered maintainer or the maintainer is unresponsive. It also receives notifications from Bugzilla for bugs it has been added in CC too (when the maintainer needs help, for example).
  • changelog: Notifications for new packages uploaded on the repository, for Cauldron and stable releases
  • soft-commits: Notifications for all commits on the soft repository

Quality Assurance

  • qa-bugs: Notifications for bugs assigned to QA team

System Administration