There are several QGIS mailing lists you can use to get help from fellow users and developers and keep up with current project events. You are welcome to subscribe to any of the lists. Please remember to contribute to the list by answering questions and sharing your experiences. Note that the qgis-commit and qgis-trac are designed for notification only and not meant for user postings. We also provide a website to search the mailing list archives.
- Use this list for discussion of QGIS in general, as well as specific questions regarding its installation and use.
- German list used for general and specific discussion of open source GIS including QGIS (provided by the German OSGEO chapter FOSSGIS e.V.)
- Used for discussion of development issues, plans, and features.
- Community team
- This list deals with topics like documentation, context help, user-guide, online experience including web sites, blog, mailing lists, forums, and translation efforts. If you like to work on the user-guide as well, this list is a good starting point to ask your questions.
- This list deals with the translation efforts. If you like to work on the translation of the manuals or the graphical user interface (GUI), this list is a good starting point to ask your questions.
- This list deals with QGIS education efforts. If you like to work on qgis education materials, this list is a good starting point to ask your questions.
- Release Team
- This list deals with topics like the release process, packaging binaries for various OS and announcing new releases to the world at large.
- Project steering committee
- This list is used to discuss Steering Committee issues related to overall management and direction of Quantum GIS.
Each time a commit is made to the QGIS code repository an email is posted to this list. If you want to be up to date with every change to the current code base, subscribe to this list.
This list provides email notification related to bug reports and feature requests.