EROS-Related Mailing Lists
There are several mailing lists concerned with EROS or related discussions. You are welcome to join any or all of these lists.
All of these lists are archived. Instructions can be obtained from the archive server by sending mail with a subject line that reads 'help' to the appropriate -request alias.
These lists are not for use by solicitors or recruiters.
(10/25/98) All of these lists are now managed by Mailman. The easiest way to join the lists is to point your web browser at http://www.eros-os.org/mailman/listinfo and follow the instructions there.
The lists are archived on-line in HTML form. You can also obtain access to the archives from the URL above.
The eros-announce list receives occasional progress updates and announcements of new EROS releases. Postings to this list can be made only by the EROS coordinator. We try to keep traffic on this list down to one message every month or two.
The cap-talk list was created for general discussion and inquiries on capability systems. Anyone can join, and anyone can participate. Several of the EROS and KeyKOS architects are currently on this list. Traffic level is, of course, highly variable.
The eros-arch list is the internal discussion list for the eros architects. Anyone can request to be added to this list, but postings are restricted to the architecture group and a few selected others. Traffic on this list is sporadic. When a discussion is in progress there can be several messages a day.
The eros-port list is for people who are actively participating in porting and testing EROS. Anyone can join, and anyone can participate. The traffic level, once it starts, will probably be high, as we expect bugs will be found.
Copyright 1998 by Jonathan Shapiro. All rights reserved. For terms of redistribution, see the GNU General Public License