Mailing Lists and other discussion channels

Mailing Lists

Like most open source projects, we run several mailing lists. You can use these as a one-off to get some help, or become a long-term subscriber to keep up with changes in Rudder.

User oriented

List nameDescriptionPosting addressArchives
rudder-usersGeneral discussion or questions about Rudderrudder-users@lists.rudder-project.orgArchives
rudder-announceNew version announcements or security advisoriesRead-only listArchives

Development oriented

List nameDescriptionPosting addressArchives
rudder-devDiscussion about Rudder development or contributionsrudder-dev@lists.rudder-project.orgArchives

Security oriented

We take a particular care for security related concerns and welcome any feedbacks or reports on that subject.

This list is dedicated to report security issues concerning Rudder. Emails sent to this list are restricted to the Rudder security team. Maximum care concerning private information will be taken so that it remains confidential.

List nameDescriptionPosting addressArchives
rudder-securitySecurity reports and feedbacks.rudder-security@lists.rudder-project.orgNot public archives

 

See also: Overview of all available mailing lists (mailman)

ServerFault

A Rudder tag exists on the excellent site ServerFault. Questions asked there will likely get a quick answer, or you can browse through existing ones: http://serverfault.com/questions/tagged/rudder.

IRC

An IRC channel for discussing Rudder is available (#rudder on Freenode). Ideal for instant, online help (but please be patient, folks on the channel have jobs and sleep too!)

Twitter

You can follow us on Twitter: @RudderProject