Programming, design, theory, user support groups, product-specific newsletters
Most of the Chinese have difficulities in using softwares written in English. Volunteers who translate software in Chinese set up this maillinglist to promote their cooperation.
The general discussion list for the UGE-RPG Project, a FOSD/FOSS Project to develop a truly universal Modular, Pluggable RPG-Framework for a Traditional Role-Playing Game and Game-Engine. ***Gaming For Everyone***
Discussion of the BuddySuite project https://github.com/biologyguy/BuddySuite/
SplitIT is local IT group. Meetings are ogranized once a month. The group aim is to gather together people, capital. We organize presentations seminars and social networking.
List for developers from IP Entertainment, an group currently writing an RPG.
Announcements of freeciv releases and happenings
The Austin GPSIG is a new group that meets in person to discuss game programming. The list will be used to send out meeting notices and to conduct group related disucssions.
This is a mailing list for the developers of Pragyan CMS
A list for discussing subuser, the project to bring Docker to the desktop. To find out more visit http://subuser.org
ribosome code generator
Talk about and work on Evolunys. Evolunys is a gnu/linux distribution, based on centos and using gnu softwares. the purpose is to enable and greatly simplify the administration parts through some great user interface (both CLI and GUI) webpage is here: http://labs.alunys.com/
A student project that deals with Java technologies. These technologes include JSP/Java Beans/Struts.
Knute: List used to share advances about specific software development for university students (U.T.N., Argentina). Our goal is develop and research of new technologies about Virtual Private Networks (VPN) over Bluetooth protocol.
OpenMetroMaps strives to build a community around free schematic maps for cities with rapid transit networks. The project could eventually grow into something similar to OpenStreetMap, by providing a database with free metro maps from around the world, gathered by a community of volunteers. At the core of the project is a set of free software tools that are being developed on GitHub. The projects software landscape consists of a desktop drawing software for metro maps (kind of a specialized Inkscape for metro network maps), a file format for storing such maps, as well as a number of viewer applications for different platforms (Web, Desktop, Mobile). This mailing list is intended to be used for discussing topics for fellow developers, as well as a point of contact for early users of the software. Project homepage: https://www.openmetromaps.org/ GitHub page: https://github.com/OpenMetroMaps
A spaceless hackerspace in Groningen. We're mainly software hackers (programmers and system administrators). We try to meet every two weeks at one of our member's homes are a public space (a bar, other hackerspaces, etc.).