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All discussion about Docutils takes place on mailing lists.
There are four different lists with traffic related to Docutils. If unsure, use the Docutils-users mailing list:
The Docutils-users mailing list is a place to discuss any issues related to the usage of Docutils and reStructuredText. (Please be sure to check the FAQ first.)
There are three possibilities to read and post messages on the mailing lists; use the one you feel most comfortable with.
- Using an email subscription. This is the traditional way; you will receive all messages sent to the mailing list via email.
- Using Gmane’s web interface. To post a message, click “post” or “followup” in the drop-down menu on the right. (Gmane also has a complete archive of the mailing list; use the search form at the top of this page to search it.)
- If you prefer to use a newsreader, you can also use Gmane’s NNTP interface (gmane.text.docutils.user on news.gmane.org).
If you do not wish to subscribe, you can also just send an email message with your question or comment to Docutilsfirstname.lastname@example.org. Please note in your message that you are not subscribed (to make sure that you receive copies [CCs] of any replies).
The first time you post a message without being subscribed (also when posting via Gmane), you will receive an automatic response with the subject “Your message to Docutils-users awaits moderator approval”; this is done to prevent spam to the mailing lists. Your message will usually be approved within a few hours. To avoid duplicates, please do not resend your message using a different email address. After your first message has been approved, your email address will be added to the whitelist and future messages will be posted to the mailing list without moderation.
Discussions about developing and extending Docutils take place on the Docutils-develop mailing list.
All check-ins to the Subversion repository cause a “check-in email” to the Docutils-checkins list. In order to stay informed about current development, developers are advised to monitor this mailing list.
This mailing list is for reading only; please direct any discussion about the check-ins to Docutils-develop. (For your convenience, the Reply-To header of all check-in emails points to Docutils-develop.)
If you are using an email subscription and you would prefer to only receive check-in messages for changes that affect the main Docutils distribution (i.e. trunk/docutils/*), go to the list options page and select the “Docutils core” topic.
The “Python Documentation Special Interest Group” (Doc-SIG) mailing list is occasionally used to discuss the usage of Docutils for Python documentation.