See this OLPC wiki page for an introduction to mailing lists.
- You may respond to a post in the archive by clicking the author's email address (at the top of the posting). This will invoke the mailto: link to the list's address with the post's subject line and message identifiers to place your post properly in the thread.
See also the One Laptop per Child (OLPC) mailing lists and archives at lists.laptop.org.
A web-view of mailing lists in a forum-like interface can be found at Nabble. Keep in mind that using Nabble has the following limitations: Nabble does not support posting to more than one mailing list at a time (cross-posting) and Nabble does not index all Sugar lists.
|It's an Education Project (IAEP)|| Our main mailing list for discussions of Education and Sugar|
(See a graphic Self Organising Map for an overview of the past weeks' discussions on the list.)
|Marketing||Where we discuss marketing and outreach for the Sugar Learning Platform and its parent organization, Sugar Labs|
|Community News||The Sugar community news weekly digest|
|Colombia||Sugar Labs Colombia discussion|
|olpc-Sur||A list frequented by teachers using the Sugar platform in Latin America|
|Dextrose||Deployments' XO operating system|
|Sugar on a Stick (SoaS)||Development of live Sugar distributions|
|Summer of Code||A list to support the Google Summer of Code open source development project|
|Fourth Grade Math||A list supporting the development of activities for the Math4 Project|
|School Server||A list for discussions on the School Server, XS (XO school Server)|
|Sugar-devel|| The Sugar and Activity developers' email list|
(See the graphic Self Organising Map archive for an overview of past months' discussions.)
|Bugs||E-mail feed from the Sugar Labs bug tracking system|
|Sugar-Desarrollo||A Spanish language Sugar developers' mailing list|
|olpc||The Fedora-OLPC Project for OLPC XO operating systems that include a Sugar distribution|
|devel||The OLPC system hardware and software developers' email list|
|Systems||A list for those supporting the Sugar Labs systems infrastructure|
Starting a new list
The best way to start a new mailing list is to begin a discussion on a current list that's related to the topic. Once the discussion becomes active, ask for a separate list for that topic.
When a critical mass of people are regularly discussing the same topic, email the following information to the IAEP list:
- The name for the new mailing list, with alternative names in case the first one is taken
- A description of the list, its purpose, and why it's needed (being able to say "we've been talking on this other list for a while, and the discussion has grown too big, see these archive links" is helpful)
- The name/email of the list administrator, and of at least one other moderator (minimum, one admin and one moderator)
- At least 10 names/email addresses of people who want to be the initial subscribers