These are the mailing lists that can be used for support or general information about Freenet.
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Note: We constantly get requests of people who want to become unsubscribed. YOU have to do that yourself! Just click on the www link provided at the bottom of every mail, enter your e-mail address in the text field in section "Subscribers" and provide your password under the unsubscribe option. (You can get your password there as well, in case you forgot it.)
Please sign up here to be notified of major Freenet developments, such as announcements of new releases or important bugfixes. This list is moderated and is very low traffic (less than one message per month).
Asking for or giving advice relating to getting Freenet working, bug reports, and suggestions on improving the user experience. Requests for help are more likely to be heard here than in the other mailing lists. Note: Emails sent to this mailing list from those not subscribed to the list must be manually approved, and this can impose a delay of several days. To avoid this delay, please subscribe.
This is for general technical discussion of Freenet. If you want to discuss longer-term technical ideas about Freenet, please use this list.
This list is for active developers to discuss bugs, and the implementation of near-term new features. Please only post to this list if you know what you are talking about, otherwise use the tech mailing list (see above).
A mailing list to discuss and develop ways of extending the darknet while keeping it a darknet: Instant messenger plugins, IRC plugins, email invitations, functionality in the node needed to support these, and any other means of extending the darknet while keeping it a darknet as much as possible.
This list is for general discussion of Freenet, topics that are not suitable to other lists. Discussions of politics, law, philosophy, lawsuits, programming languages, related technology that should not be part of Freenet, and any thread that the developers and users don't deem appropriate to the main lists should be discussed here. Questions such as "How can I prevent my node from being used by terrorists?", or "Why don't you rewrite Freenet in C++?" should be addressed to this list.
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