MAILINGLIST

Mailing lists

The erlang.org mailing lists are:

erlang-questions
The main Erlang/OTP discussion list. This list is mirrored by the (searchable) Google Group Erlang Programming.
erlang-patches
Post patches to Erlang/OTP here and get feedback from the developers and others.
erlang-bugs
Report bugs in Erlang/OTP here. Give so much information that the bug can be reproduced, and tell exactly which release and patchlevel it applies to. If you even have a patch, send it to erlang-patches instead.
erlang-announce
If you only want to be notified of new releases, subscribe to this list. There is no need to subscribe to this list if you already subscribe to erlang-questions, announcements are sent to both lists. You can not post to this list - only moderators can.
eeps
Discussions regarding specific EEPs (Erlang Extension Proposals). See Erlang Enhancement Process.

Forums

Erlang Programming
This Google Group mirrors our mailing list erlang-questions.
The Erlang Central forums
Erlang Central has got forums concerning Erlang.

Mailing lists mini-HowTo

The mailing lists are Mailman mailing lists. They have a web interface explaining what you need to know about handling your subscribtion.

You have to be a member to post. This reduces spam to a tolerable level. You can subscribe for every post, digest of posts or no-mail subscribtion to be able to post but read some other way e.g the archives or maybe Google Groups.

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