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We maintain two MB-System email discussion lists to facilitate communication among MB-System users and developers. The list server archives are publicly viewable and searchable over a web interface.
The MB-System User’s Discussion List is intended for questions about how to use MB-System, for discussions of bugs and other problems, and for suggestions about improving the software. We encourage users with questions and/or problems to use this list rather than emailing the developers directly. One must subscribe to the list in order to post or respond to messages, but the message archive is publicly viewable. The maximum message size in this list is 100K.
Please include with your carefully worded question details such as:
The web interface to the MB-System User’s Discussion List is at:http://listserver.mbari.org/sympa/info/mbsystem
To subscribe to the MB-System User’s Discussion List go to:http://listserver.mbari.org/sympa/subscribe/mbsystem
To read the MB-System User’s Discussion List archives go to:http://listserver.mbari.org/sympa/arc/mbsystem
The MB-System Developer’s Discussion List is intended for detailed discussions amongst the active MB-System developers. All are welcome to join the developer’s list, but be warned that topics may not be of general interest. One must subscribe to the list in order to post messages, but the message archive is publicly viewable. The maximum message size in this list is 100K.
The web interface to the MB-System Developer’s Discussion List is at:http://listserver.mbari.org/sympa/info/mbsystem-dev
To subscribe to the MB-System Developer’s Discussion List go to:http://listserver.mbari.org/sympa/subscribe/mbsystem-dev
To read the MB-System Developer’s Discussion List archives go to:http://listserver.mbari.org/sympa/arc/mbsystem-dev
If you are unable to access the MB-System discussion lists, you can email David Caress, Dale Chayes, and Christian Ferreira directly. However, due to our frequent travel, using the user’s discussion list makes timely responses more likely. The documentation and tutorials on this website and the archives of emails in the user’s discussion list may provide you with immediate answers.