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Nuvem Mailing Lists

The following lists have been established for the Nuvem project. For each list, there are subscribe, unsubscribe and archive links:

Nuvem User List

The user list is for general discussion or questions on using Nuvem. The Nuvem developers monitor this list and provide assistance when needed.

Subscribe to the user mailing list by clicking on Subscribe
Unsubscribe from the user mailing list by clicking on Unsubscribe
Post on the user mailing list by clicking on Post
Read archived mail related to the user list by clicking on Archive mod_box or Archive mail archive.

Nuvem Developer List

The developer list is for Nuvem developers to discuss ongoing work, make decisions, and vote on technical issues.

Subscribe to the developer mailing list by clicking on Subscribe
Unsubscribe from the developer mailing list by clicking on Unsubscribe
Post on the developer mailing list by clicking on Post
Read archived mail related to the developer list by clicking on Archive mod_box or Archive mail archive

Nuvem Commits List

The commits list receives notifications with diffs when changes are committed to the Nuvem source tree.

Subscribe to the commits mailing list by clicking on Subscribe
Unsubscribe from the commits mailing list by clicking on Unsubscribe
Read archived mail related to commits list by clicking on Archive mod_box or Archive mail archive

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