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Mailing lists are the preferred means of communications with and within the curl project. If you have a questions on how to do things, if things don't work out the way you expect them to or if you want to contribute patches or offer other help.
All curl-related lists require that you are subscribed before you are allowed to post to them. All posts to these lists are archived in public archives on the web.
|List||What's it for?||Archives|
|curl-library||The primary development list. How to use libcurl, libcurl bugs and how to develop libcurl even more. Related libs, tools and subjects.||curl-library archives|
|curl-users||For all main concerns, bugs, new features and general talks around the curl command line tool. For libcurl stuff, use the curl-library list.||curl-users archives|
|curl-meet||Discussions around organizing and planning of upcoming real world curl meetings and conferences.||curl-meet archives|
|curl-announce||Announcements (only) of new versions for curl and libcurl. Low traffic.||[none]|
|curl-and-php||PHP/CURL users and developers (the libcurl binding for PHP)||curl-and-php archives|
|curl-and-python||pycurl users and developers (the libcurl binding for Python)||curl-and-python archives|
|curl-commits||code pushes done to the curl git repository||[none]|