- If you want to report Gnus bugs, you should send them
to firstname.lastname@example.org. The
bug reports (and responses from the Gnus Bugfixing Girls &
Boys) can be read from Norway.
- The Gnus development head office can be reached at email@example.com.
has many code snippets and stuff.
- Development takes place in git, and you
Discussions about Gnus development takes place on the
ding mailing list. It's a mid-volume list (10-30
messages per day) and is open for anyone interested. To
subscribe, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
to subscribe. The address of the mailing list itself if
If you aren't interested in discussions, but just
want to keep up-to-date on new Gnus releases (of which
there is (on average) one every two days), you can
subscribe to the announcements list. Send a mail to
with the text "subscribe ding-announce" in the body of
the mail to subscribe.
newsgroup is the appropriate place to ask questions on
usage of released versions of Gnus.
The ding mailing list is gatewayed to
newsgroup. The gateway is bi-directional
everything mailed to the mailing list will appear on the
newsgroup, and all articles posted to the newsgroup will
appear on the mailing list.