12. More Help
For more help on Emacs/W3, please send me mail
(email@example.com). Several discussion lists have also been
created for Emacs/W3. To subscribe, send mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org, with the body of the message 'subscribe
listname <email addres>'. All other mail should go to
w3-announce -- this list is for anyone interested in Emacs/W3, and
should in general only be used by me. The gnu.emacs.sources newsgroup
and a few other mailing lists are included on this. Please only use
this list for major package releases related to Emacs/W3.
(email@example.com is included on this list).
w3-beta -- this list is for beta testers of Emacs/W3. These brave souls test
out not-quite stable code.
w3-dev -- a list consisting of myself and a few other people who are
interested in the internals of Emacs/W3, and doing active development work.
Pretty dead right now, but I hope it will grow.
For help on the World Wide Web in general, please refer to the
comp.infosystems.www.* newsgroups. There are also several discussion
lists concerning the Web. Send mail to <listname>-firstname.lastname@example.org
with a subject line of 'subscribe <listname>'. All mail should go to
<listname>@w3.org. Administrative mail should go to
email@example.com. The lists are:
www-talk -- for general discussion of the World Wide Web, where its
going, new features, etc. All the major developers are subscribed to
www-announce -- for announcements concerning the World Wide Web. Server
changes, new servers, new software, etc.
As a last resort, mail me. I'll try to answer as quickly as I can.
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