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Get help by using our mailing lists

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-commits code pushes done to the curl git repository [none]

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