Programming, design, theory, user support groups, product-specific newsletters
Students of medical informatics at Hochschule Mannheim are supposed to do a software development project. This list is for internal communication of team 3.
Update and bug-alert mailinglist for FNChecker Android App
MailList of internal communication to Goblab's partners
Information of new reeleases of ResInsight
Jindo Framework user group
A email list for ticket notifications from the GMlib project.
Kultinfo is a open source project in order to develop a sophisticated administration tool for cultural institutions (addresses, events). This list is used by the developers of this C/S application. The first approach is for german speaking institutions in switzerland. We develop the DB with interbase or firebird. The main client application will be written in Delphi. There are plans to develop other clients by using web technologies.
Git# --> Git for .NET ... a native Windows version of the fast & free open source version control system Git# is the most advanced of all emerging C# implementations of git for Windows and the .NET framework. It is aimed to be fully compatible to the original git for linux and can be used as stand alone command line application (potentially replacing msysGit) or as library for windows applications such as gui frontends or plugins for IDEs.
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This mailing list lets users of the MUSCLE networking toolkit to ask questions, discuss problems, etc.
Amiga Development tools - An effort to unify the development of patches to binutils, gdb, and GCC to support all kind of AmigaOS target platforms.
Informatic Crew is a group of programmers and hobbist like informatic and personal computer. Our group are now developing a CMS like PHP-Nuke called PHPortal
Announcements list for Clever Mobile Software, which produces productivity and informational mobile phone applications.
The PrinterSertup Developer list is a place to discuss development issues related to the PrinterSetup project : http://www.lucidsystems.org/printingworks/printersetup