KDE Mailing Lists
The KDE mailing lists are one of the main communication channels in the KDE Community. This is a list of general mailing lists to give a quick overview. For application specific lists, please see the application’s page. For a complete overview, see the full list of all mailing lists.
General user lists
- kde-announce -
announcements of new KDE releases, security announcements, and notification of new KDE applications (very low traffic)
(subscribe kde-announce, archive of kde-announce)
General development lists
- kde-devel -
for application developers (both applications in central KDE packages and contributed applications
(subscribe kde-devel, archive of kde-devel)
- kde-core-devel -
for KDE library developers. The discussions on this list are limited at KDE
libraries development, SVN and other central development issues.
(subscribe kde-core-devel, archive of kde-core-devel)
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Contact addresses for developers can be found in the documentation of their individual applications.
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.