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Mailing Lists

DokuWiki's development is coordinated through multiple Mailinglists hosted by freelists.org.

Using the lists

First you should subscribe to one or several of the mailing lists presented below. After subscribing you can send emails to the list(s) by using the mailingss list address stated in its description. If you rather want to use the mailing list through a news group interface, please read the section News group interface.

If you are new to mailing lists in general, please read RFC 1855 - Netiquette Guidelines, especially the sections 3.1.1 and 3.1.2. Before you ask any questions you should also have a look at How To Ask Questions The Smart Way Come Fare Domande In Modo Intelligente (Italian translation of 'How To Ask Questions The Smart Way').

Please note that these documents are linked here solely for the purpose of information. Their respective authors have nothing to do with DokuWiki and in no case should you send email to them, asking for help related to DokuWiki!

Key Rules

A failure to follow the rules might result in a temporary ban from the list without warning.

General Mailing List

This list is used for general discussions on development and usage of DokuWiki with a strong technical focus. End users might want to check out the forum first. The list usually has a traffic of a few Mails per day.

You can subscribe, unsubscribe and change your settings for the general list using a webinterface.

Or you can send a mail to dokuwiki [dash] request [at] freelists [dot] org with one of the following subjects:

After subscribing messages can be sent to dokuwiki [at] freelists [dot] org.

Archive

The Mailing list archive is available at http://www.freelists.org/archives/dokuwiki. Here is a list of the latest posts:

Searching the mailinglist

Possible ways to search the mailinglist:

I18N Mailing List

The I18N Mailing List is used to discuss translation and internationalization issues with DokuWiki. It usually has a very low traffic of just a few mails per Month. Translators are highly encouraged to join this list.

Please consider reading more about translations before starting to translate:

You can subscribe, unsubscribe and change your settings for the i18n list using a webinterface.

Or you can send a mail to dokuwiki [dash] i18n [dash] request [at] freelists [dot] org with one of the following subjects:

After subscribing messages can be sent to dokuwiki [dash] i18n [at] freelists [dot] org.

Archive

The Mailing list archive is available at http://www.freelists.org/archives/dokuwiki-i18n. Here is a list of the latest posts:

Announcements for new releases

There's no separate announcement for new releases. But DokuWiki has a built in Update Check.

Newsletter

Maybe you are interested in the DokuWiki Newsletter.

DokuWiki User Forum

The official user forum is available at forum.dokuwiki.org.