OpenSSL    
 Support |  Community Participation |  FAQ |  Request Tracker |  Donations |  Funding |  Consulting |  Acknowledgments 
 
Title
FAQ
About
News
Documents
Source
Support
Related
Security

 

OpenSSL Mailing Lists

The OpenSSL project uses various mailing lists to coordinate the development and to provide support to the user community. They all have an Email address of openssl-name@openssl.org and are remote controlled by the Majordomo robot under majordomo@openssl.org.

Overview

Here is an overview of the available mailing lists:

List Address Subscription Posting Usage




openssl-announce open core team Official Project Announcements
openssl-cvs open subscribers CVS Repository Messages
openssl-dev open subscribers Discussions on development of the OpenSSL library. Not for application development questions!
openssl-users open subscribers Application Development, OpenSSL Usage, Installation Problems, etc.

Subscription

To easily subscribe/unsubscribe to/from those lists, use the following form to drop an appropriate Email to Majordomo. After Majordomo received your request, it will respond to the entered Email address with an authority challenge which has to send back again for security reasons (to avoid that others subscribe you without your ok). So entering the Email address of someone else in the form below is useless, of course.
Mailing List Subscription
subscribe
unsubscribe
Enter your Email address here:

openssl-announce
openssl-users
openssl-dev
openssl-cvs
If you don't trust the above form or want to do it manually, you can contact Majordomo directly, of course. To subscribe to one of the mailing list, just send an Email to majordomo@openssl.org with the following text in the body (the subject is not important and can be empty): ``subscribe openssl-name   your@address.dom'' But please remember this cookie: ``Internet is a wonderful mechanism for making a fool of yourself in front of a very large audience''. So start thinking already with your subscription and don't send it to the list addresses, please. Actually the above form is provided mainly to avoid this common and nasty mistake.

Archive

The mailing lists are automatically archived at the following locations: