Mailing Lists

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There are KDE Mailing Lists for almost every interest. Here are some of them.

General Help Lists

  • kde-announce - announcements of new KDE releases, security announcements, and notification of new KDE applications (very low traffic). It is highly recommended that you subscribe to this list in addition to your choice of help lists. [subscribe to kde-announce] [archive of kde-announce]
  • kde-nonlinux - for KDE users with questions about running KDE on other non-Linux systems such as *BSD, AIX, and Tru64.

Lists Dedicated to Applications

We list kdepim-users first because many KDE users depend on KMail to communicate with Mailing Lists. Apart from that, applications are listed alphabetically.

To Subscribe: Either use the above links and use the mailman interface, or send a mail to list-name-request@kde.org with subscribe your-email-address in the subject of the message. Please write your real email address instead of the plain "your-email-address" words, and the name of the list instead of the "list-name" words. Leave the body of the message empty. Do not include a signature or other stuff which might confuse the mail server which processes your request.

To Unsubscribe: Either use the above links and use the mailman interface, or send a mail to list-name-request@kde.org with unsubscribe your-email-address in the subject of the message. Please replace "your-email-address" with the email address you did use for the subscription, and "list-name" with the name of the list you subscribed to. Leave the body of the message empty. Do not include a signature or other stuff which might confuse the mail server which processes your request.

Notes: Please do not use HTML to send your request because it makes it difficult for our mail server to process your request. If the subscription address is identical to the address you are posting from you may omit the address in the subject line.

Lists via Fidonet Feed: Lists are available via Fidonet echo feed at 1:142/77. Contact Chris Molnar for information and to setup a feed. The server accepts both binkd and ifcicio services.

Contact addresses for developers can be found in the documentation of their individual applications.


[1] The KDE Project consists of a loose affiliation of developers, writers, translators, artists and other contributors from around the world. Views expressed on the mailing lists are, unless explicitly stated otherwise, the views of the poster only, do not reflect the views of the KDE Project and may or may not reflect the views of other KDE contributors.

This list is only a partial list of all the mailing lists for KDE. A complete list can be found on the mailman server.


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