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Jazz++ Mailing Lists

All of our mailings lists are hosted by SourceForge. To post an email to a particular list, you must subscribe to the list. This requirement reduces the amount of spam on the lists. To further reduce the possibility of spam appearing on the lists, the Jazz++ project developers ask that you PLEASE observe the following two items of 'list etiquette' when posting the Jazz++ lists ;


Please Configure Your Mailer To Not Quote Raw E-mail Addresses In Your Replies. Some email programs ('Mailers') by default include the raw e-mail address in the "Joe <joe@example.com> wrote:" line. The web archives for the mailing lists are publicly available. Let's not feed the spam harvesters! Mailing lists are routine targets for spam software to come looking for valid email addresses, and if you include raw email addresses in your email replies you may well be inadvertantly and innocently unaware that you're actually helping such spam operations in doing so. People who use their web-browser and one or another of the free public email servers available... like hotmail, yahoo and so on...have to be particularly careful with this, and you may find that you have to manually delete raw email addresses from you replies to comply with this etiquette.


Please Configure Your Mailer To Wrap Long Lines. Some email programs don't, and this is especially so when a web-browser interface is being used, and then most of the message ends up looking like one lo-ong line in the web archives. It's very annoying to have to scroll left and right as well as up and down. Please be considerate of this situation! All you have to do is remember to hit the return [enter] key at about 80 characters along each line, and start a new line. Your email text in an web-browser window, should appear as a column in the left of your web-browser window, not as a document that fills the entire window page. It makes it easier for everyone if you please comply with this etiquette when submitting emails to the lists.

For those interested, the Jazz++ (and many other) developers often use such obscure and sometimes not very well known acronyms such as 'PCYMTNQREAIYR' or 'PCYMTWLL' when exchanging email with other list members. Many of the most commonly used acronyms you will come across, can be viewed by visiting http://cygwin.com/acronyms/#OLOCA

Jazz++ Users

This is where you should direct general usage questions and the like. There will be other users who might be able to help you with your problem, and it is rumored that several of the developers roam this list from time to time.

To subscribe, visit https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/jazzplusplus-user.

You can also view the mailing list archives.

Jazz++ Development

This is where all of the development discussion is going on.

To subscribe visit https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/jazzplusplus-devel.

You can also view the mailing list archives.

Jazz++ Commit Messages

You can also follow development by subscribing to the Subversion commit message mailing list. Every time a developer commits new or modified code, a message describing the change is sent to this list.

To subscribe visit https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/jazzplusplus-updates.

You can also view the mailing list archives.

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