Programming, design, theory, user support groups, product-specific newsletters
Discussion of issues related to further development and testing of "idw's PGP-Frontend for Pegasus Mail"
eSpeak-Gaeilge is an open project group working on Irish Text to speech for non-visual access in any part of the world. The members of the project work together to build authentic tables of phonemes and dictionary rules for use in the free, open source ESpeak sapi5 text to speech engine. eSpeak-Gaeilge is open to everyone who wishes to contribute to audio usage of the Irish language in ICT.
Develop and notice for Factura Libre, free software for electronic invoice in Mexico.
This list is for the students who are into vglug and interested in programming in different languages.
We wish to discuss the latest news, code and other games programming related news for the language "Dark Basic" (www.darkbasic.com).
Polska lista mailingowa systemu Haiku
GeekGadgets is a collection of ports of UNIX utilities to some operating systems: - BeOS (ppc and i586) - AmigaOS/m68k - MorphOS/ppc
This mailing list serves discussion of the BePorts project. BePorts is a centralized collection of software ported to the BeOS / Haiku. Each port contains the BeOS-specific patches to the original source code. A tool is provided to ease the fetching and patching of source code. Along with a Subversion repository to store all patches, a Trac site eases cooperation on porting efforts.
This mailing list covers Sunrise Door Software InterBBS/InterHOME Competition. It is a low volume list, announcement only, that will include information about new versions, updates to existing products and general information relative to the InterBBS/InterHOME cmopetition!
Support for the Carbon PowerShell DevOps module.
Subsidiary list to program-l to discuss issues related to java progamming by visually impaired and blind programmers
libmill - Go-style concurrency in C
A discussion around the development of the .NET wrappers for the Scintilla Editor component, both for Windows Forms and GTK+
Newsletter for latest MyNotesKeeper software informations.
This is the mailing list to be used by the Scottish IBS User Group. 'IBS' stands for IBS Open Systems Ltd, a software development company who produce the Open Housing software application and who supply the Open Accounts financials package.
The mailing list is for creating a forum of testers of the next version of the KE-Perek-nach software. The software in it's present development stage is distributed to various software specialists who during the course of 6 months or so discuss the various changes and possible improvements of the software.
This group is for blind and vision-impaired users of KNFB's Blio book reading software on any device or platform. Our purpose is to share experiences and any recommendations for improvements in future upgrades we might like implemented to assist all screenreader users of Blio.
This list will be notified when there is a new release of any of the software projects maintained by Stellar Development Foundation. If you are using any software maintained by SDF in production please subscribe.
A list for discussing subuser, the project to bring Docker to the desktop. To find out more visit http://subuser.org
Receive important annoucement regarding releases of HLstatsX: Community Edition.
Announcements to Bookshare volunteers
List serv for members of ACL software user group in Portland Oregon to share ideas, tips, and ask questions.
Amiga Development tools - An effort to unify the development of patches to binutils, gdb, and GCC to support all kind of AmigaOS target platforms.
List to collect the commit mails for the Haiku WebKit port.
Mailing list for discussion and announcements relating to beta versions of DVDBurn, the RISC OS DVD writing software from hubersn Software.
STAMP stands for "Statistical Team Analysis of Match Performance". STAMP is a scouting application for FIRST robotics teams that allow them to keep records of teams' performance in matches. Unlike most scouting applications STAMP is based on quantitative match performance data rather than qualitative data about a robot. This allows the end user to have well organized data that is easily sortable and rankable. (Formerly known as FSA)
The Dillo project [http://www.dillo.org] provides a fast, lightweight GTK web browser. dillo-patches is a mailing list where developers and users can discuss extensive modifications to the Dillo sources.
This is a moderated discussion list for users of the rumint visualization tool. rumint is designed to allow network administrators and security analysts improved ways to do their jobs.
Get expert tips, sample code solutions, and techniques for developing in the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE). Providing a weekly newsletter of pappers written by the developers of real world solutions. Subscribers can send their pappers, solutions and tips to the list, which the moderator(s) analys and compile into that weeks newsletter. Also each month you'll receive a comments about the web services in the market. This list can help you "programmer" to build better application. Join us.
Discussion list for members of the OpenBeOS Storage Kit team.
The mailing list of the New Zealand South Islands Agile Users Group.
List used to share information about new technologies,software and web services. It's also used to send newsletters monthly or quarterly. Its fully related to software and web development services and also will be used to inform about new open source projects that iZoneDevelopers community is involved in future as well. This maillist is mainly targeted to the Engineering professionals and students.
This low-traffic list is meant for coordination and discussion on translation and localization of DokuWiki - a free and open source Wiki engine written in PHP. More info about DokuWiki is available at http://wiki.splitbrain.org/wiki:dokuwiki
Danish list for beta testing of HIMS Braille Sense U2.
Devoted to issues of interest to the members of the NY Metro SQL Server User Group.
IRCnet #delphi channel mailing list. Discussion about Borland Delphi and Kylix programming.
This group exists to support and extend the capabilities of the DocBook generating Java language doclet created by Michael Fuchs. The DocBook Doclet creates DocBook SGML or XML from Java source documentation or HTML files. It is helpful if you want to print reference handbooks of your API. Normally it is used with the Javadoc tool but it can also be used as a standalone application to convert HTML to DocBook. Additionally it comes with a Swing application to manage documentation projects and to transform the resulting DocBook files to PDF.
This list is for discussion about mylvmbackup, a tool to perform "semi-hot" backups of a MySQL Server on Linux, using LVM snapshots. For more information about mylvmbackup, see http://www.lenzg.org/mylvmbackup/
A general discussion list about a portuguese project named genesis which aims to create content to bring new coders to the scene.
Discussion and support for users of the PCB Elegance electronics design software.
Discussion forum for budding ABAPers who have queries. Lets disuss them and get them solved here. We are all equals and therefore lets get going.
This list includes topics about all things about stellar development. It servers as a complement of slack stellar-public#dev channel.
This is a mailing list for the users of Pragyan CMS Users
Discussion forum for the beta testers of Dolphin Pocket Hal
This list is used for the development of projects in the REBOL language (http://www.rebol.com/)
Every Tuesday 8pm and Elephant and Castle. List to arrange meetings and to discuss development in python and use of scripting languages in financial applications
This mailing list covers Sunrise Door Software WINServer Door products. It is a low volume list, announcement only, that will include information about new versions, updates to existing products and general information relative to all of our products.
This list will primarily be a programming list. Coding will be related to windows replacement shells. (See http://shell-shocked.org for example)
Software development group for Amiga compatible computers. Public list for discussions.
This is a special forum for people interested in using the TuneTracker System with the Haiku operating system. We welcome questions, ideas, inspiration, suggestions, discussion of any experiences you have, descriptions of compatible hardware, and requests from fellow subscribers for assistance with technical issues. We are moderating this discussion so we can screen out spam, junk e-mails, and posts that are not in keeping with our goal of providing a clean, polite, professional discussion.