Programming, design, theory, user support groups, product-specific newsletters
Smart Programs Company Windows And Web Development And Design
The San Diego Python Users' Group
Asynchronous I/O for Lua
To be able to create an output view file and use it with extracta command
Discussions about community views for the renewal of Wye River and Separation Creek following the Dec 2015 bushfire
Bug mailing list for VotesManager application
It's related to the learning and solving queries by geeks.
The Snabb Switch Project
User group for TOSCA users in New Zealand
This mailinglist deals with the usage of the GTK-server. The GTK-server enables GUI access to shell scripts and other programming languages.
Welcome to the Thunder Screen Reader discussion group. This group has been set up so that users can chat about all aspects of the screen reader. Please feel free to post information you think others can benefit from. This group is a user group, and has nothing to do with the screen reader developers.
Mailing list for developers of the TextEditor MUI custom class, originally written by Allan Odgaard and now Open Source under the LGPL license.
The East Rand Developer and DBA User Group. This user group is for software developers and database administrators in the East Rand region of the Gauteng province of South Africa. While we are primarily aiming at Microsoft technologies, all developers and DBAs are welcome. We talk about everything related to developers and DBAs from design philosophies to code to architecture to patterns to partitioning. Why developers *AND* DBAs? We need to talk to each other, communicate, share ideas. When both sides of the "data fence" start communicating effectively, we'll all be able to work better and enjoy our jobs more. We try and help take the pain away.
This is the mailing list for the Northern California Haiku User Group. Haiku is an open source operating system currently in development designed from the ground up for desktop computing. Inspired by the BeOS, Haiku aims to provide users of all levels with a personal computing experience that is simple yet powerful, and free of any unnecessary complexities.