Keep In Touch

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Please, before sending any questions either to us or to the mailing list, make sure you've checked the FAQ and read the relevant parts of the manual!

There are several ways to keep in touch with developments in omniORB:

  • Join the mailing list.  This is the most important. You can add yourself to or remove yourself from the mailing lists by sending commands in the body of an email to [email protected]. For example:

    subscribe omniorb-list

    or if you want a digest version with only one message per day:

    subscribe omniorb-list-digest

    This asks for your name to be added to the list. More details will then be sent to you.  You can remove yourself from the list in the same way, by using 'unsubscribe' instead of 'subscribe':

    unsubscribe omniorb-list

    Note that these should be sent to 'majordomo' and not to the list itself!  If your mailer modifies your email address on the way out, you will be subscribed under this modified name, which can make unsubscribing difficult, particularly if the mailer changes it to something different at a later time, so if you like you can specify the email address to be used:

    subscribe omniorb-list [email protected]

    You can also just send the command 'help', to get more detailed instructions.

  • The archives of the mailing list are available here, and you can search them here.

  • Check these web pages regularly.

  • If you need to contact the developers directly, send email to [email protected]. We may not be able to reply promptly, though we do promise to read them all!  The mailing list is a much better method of contact; others may have solved your problem before, and may be able to help if we're not available. 


For comments, feedback, etc, please see the 'Keeping in touch' page.
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