Programming, design, theory, user support groups, product-specific newsletters
Chinese localization using traditional hanzi for free software.
Mailing list where all trac tickets will be posted and can be discussed.
Argyll Color Management System Mailing List. Discussion of development, bugs, and usage of Argyll and icclib.
This is the official development mailing list about Haiku, an open-source operating system designed with ease of use and simplicity in mind. You can find the Haiku website at: http://haiku-os.org
Discussion of David Pilling's RISC OS and Windows software
A list for developers and people interested in the development process 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
Commits to the haiku code will be logged and discussed here.
This list is for the discussion and developmnt of the liblouis and liblouisxml braille translation, back-translation and formating software4
Discussion of the development of the open source gPodder podcast client (http://gpodder.org/) and announcements of new releases.
Discussion on the web and support tools for Haiku developers
This list aims to coordinate best usage practices, contributions, documentation and feature requests between RackTables users and developers.
Mewa Compiler-Compiler Forum
The Lower Alabama .NET User Group (LANUG) is an independent community of software developers formed to share knowledge and experiences with Microsoft .NET development products and technologies. Our goals are to provide a forum for increasing knowledge about Microsoft .NET by offering informative programs and to promote networking amongst group members to build an active developer community, thereby creating a living base of knowledge to support the group and its members.
Ouroboros developers mailing list. Ouroboros is a prototype Inter-Process Communications (IPC) subsystem for POSIX operating systems that incorporates a fully decentralized packet switched network.
Discussion about the i3 window manager