Kerberos Mailing Lists
These list addresses are all "@mit.edu". Most of the Kerberos
mailing lists are now hosted using Mailman. Each Mailman-hosted
list has a web form you can use to request a subscription
(linked below). You may also use this web form to unsubscribe
from the list.
If you prefer to use e-mail to subscribe, each list also has its
own "-request" list; you may send mail to
email@example.com with "subscribe" in the
subject line. Similarly, you can unsubscribe from a list by
sending "unsubscribe" in the subject line to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not send
requests for subscriptions or unsubscriptions to the lists
themselves, as you will only succeed in annoying many people who
will not be able to help you themselves.
These mailing lists are public, and messages sent to
them are archived and visible to non-subscribers.
- The main Kerberos mailing list; this is
bidirectionally gatewayed to the
newsgroup. This is an appropriate forum for discussions about
Kerberos in general, not necessarily limited to the MIT code.
- The mailing list for announcing new releases of Kerberos.
- The Kerberos developers' mailing list. If you are a vendor
shipping MIT Kerberos code, or shipping applications using MIT
Kerberos, you should subscribe here. Mail about krb5-current
often ends up going here.
- This is an obsolete list which now simply points to the IETF
Kerberos Working Group mailing list. Please see the
Working Group page for details.
- The front end to the MIT Kerberos
team's bug-tracking system. Please make sure that your
problem is an actual bug before sending mail here. If in
doubt, you can send mail to the
list first. Please don't send mail here directly; try to use
the krb5-send-pr program provided with the krb5 distribution
- Receives commit messages for the krb5 source repository.
- Receives output of the daily krb5-current snapshot script.
The script only sends out mail when there have been actual
changes to the sources since it was last run.
Archives of Mailing Lists
Each Mailman mailing list has its own archive, which can be
found from its listinfo page. They are linked below for
Older Archives of Mailing Lists
Prior to the conversion to Mailman, the mailing lists used to
be archived using a system called "Discuss". Note that as the
Kerberos team does not maintain these archives, we cannot answer
any questions about them, nor can we necessarily fix them if
they are broken. These archives are all kept using the
Discuss->WWW gateway on diswww.mit.edu.
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