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Although Eclipse newsgroups are intended for users and extenders
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Although Eclipse newsgroups are intended for users and extenders of the platform, the mailing lists are specifically targeted at those who are actively contributing to the development of Eclipse itself. Messages focus mainly on new areas of development, administrative messages about release dates and build information, and general discussions of the subtopic controlled by the mailing list.
of the platform, the mailing
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to the development of Eclipse itself. Messages  
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focus mainly on new areas of development, administrative messages about release dates
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and build information, and general discussions of the subtopic controlled by
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the mailing list.
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'''Warning:''' Unless you are actively contributing to an Eclipse project, have a vested
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'''Warning:''' Unless you are actively contributing to an Eclipse project, have a vested interest in the topic, or have special expertise to contribute, you should simply ''read'' the archive for the mailing list and ''ask questions'' on the corresponding newsgroups.
interest in the topic, or have special expertise to contribute, you should
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== See Also: ==
 
== See Also: ==
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*The Eclipse mailing list page (http://eclipse.org/mail)
  
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The Eclipse mailing list page (http://eclipse.org/mail)
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Latest revision as of 15:00, 17 June 2006

Although Eclipse newsgroups are intended for users and extenders of the platform, the mailing lists are specifically targeted at those who are actively contributing to the development of Eclipse itself. Messages focus mainly on new areas of development, administrative messages about release dates and build information, and general discussions of the subtopic controlled by the mailing list.

Warning: Unless you are actively contributing to an Eclipse project, have a vested interest in the topic, or have special expertise to contribute, you should simply read the archive for the mailing list and ask questions on the corresponding newsgroups.

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This FAQ was originally published in Official Eclipse 3.0 FAQs. Copyright 2004, Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. This text is made available here under the terms of the Eclipse Public License v1.0.