We offer the following RSS feeds, which can be subscribed to using an RSS reader:
- current project news – Valid RSS/2.0!
- developers’ weblog (most recent) – Valid RSS/2.0!
- developers’ weblog (post MirOS #10) – Valid RSS/2.0!
- developers’ weblog (post MirOS #9) – Valid RSS/2.0!
- … and all feeds from the Tag cloud, for example:
- MirBSD Korn Shell – Valid RSS/2.0!
- … et cetera…
The following feeds are automatically generated from the mailing lists:
- miros-discuss@: a general
discussion mailing list: for users, developers, mksh
MARC and GMane offer more feeds and further ways to read or post to this mailing list (GMane is linked bi-directionally to this list)
- miros-changes@: a read-only source
changes (CVS generated mails) list: for developers
MARC and GMane offer more feeds and further ways to read this mailing list
- miros-mksh@: a mailing list for topics related to mksh, the MirBSD Korn Shell: for everything related to mksh: discussions and notifications; GMane offers more feeds and further ways to read this mailing list
We've got a discussion mailing list and a CVS changes mailing list, both of which are public. All subscribers of the CVS changes mailing list automatically are on the discussion mailing list as well. In order to subscribe, send a mail to the postmaster and say ⓐ which eMail address(es) to subscribe, and ⓑ to which list(s) each; note that -changes includes -discuss which in turn includes -mksh but in future -mksh subscribers may also receive mksh commit messages which will not also be sent to -discuss, only to -commits. Additionally, we’ve got a mailing list for topics related to mksh, the MirBSD Korn Shell, which is open for eMails from the public, for discussion and announcements, which will also be sent to miros-discuss@ so you need not subscribe there; in the future, mksh(1) commit mails will also be sent to the miros-mksh@ list (but not to miros-discuss@ only miros-changes@ as usual). We've also got an internal developers-only list, although our development process is usually done in IRC and IRL entirely.
Please note that, when subscribing to these mailing lists, you agree that you are responsible for your own spam and malware filtering; we do employ certain tactics, such as greylisting, but do not inspect the content of any mails sent through our servers.