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Are there any email lists for OSQA users and developers? If so, how do I subscribe?

asked 29 Dec '09, 09:41

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There were formerly a couple of email lists powered by GNU Mailman, but those lists no longer exist and OSQA community support is now provided principally by this site, http://meta.osqa.net

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answered 29 Dec '09, 09:44

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edited 17 May, 09:39

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Do you have a blog or twitter?

(19 Apr '10, 04:52) ripper234 ♦

@ripper234, yes to both, but these are good questions in their own right. This probably shouldn't be answered in a comment.

(19 Apr '10, 05:08) rickross ♦♦

@rickross btw, don't know about you, but I don't get any email notifications when you reference me in a comment

(06 Apr '11, 10:39) James Crowley

@James, check your user profile. You probably don't have them turned on.

(06 Apr '11, 10:53) rickross ♦♦

@James, I have updated the DNS to include a (hopefully) correct SPF record. Let's see if this one gets to you?

(06 Apr '11, 11:26) rickross ♦♦
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