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The Org mailing list is an English language forum for discussing Org and related topics. The list requires a subscription from a confirmed email address to post.

It is used by the diverse community of Org developers, maintainers, contributors, experienced users, and new and prospective users both for discussion and as a repository of information. It was established by the creator of Org-mode, Carsten Dominik, who enjoys the different perspectives and range of interests expressed there.

The list is less formal and more diverse than a site like stackoverflow, which has an org-mode section. Subscribers' messages to the list aren't moderated and there is no formal mechanism to rate questions, answers, or reputations.

List etiquette encourages posters to be precise, concise, and friendly. Lengthy excerpts of quoted material are probably redundant and they clog certain distribution channels. Posters should include enough quoted material to establish the context for their comments and cut away the rest.

Consider joining Org IRC for real time help, simple questions, and to chat with other Org users.

List archives

You can browse the mailing list archives and search the message history at:

Main mailing list archive
https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/
Org-mode site mirror
https://orgmode.org/list/

Subscribe to the Org mailing list

The Org mailing list is a members only mailing list to prevent spam. Membership is freely available and only requires that you subscribe to the list and confirm your email address.

*You may subscribe via browser at the main mailing list page at:* https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/emacs-orgmode

Fill in your email address and provide a password. A confirmation email will be sent to you. When you reply to the confirmation mail, you will be able to send messages to the mailing list and receive messages from the list.

Alternatively you can send an email to emacs-orgmode-request@gnu.org with a subject of "subscribe". A confirmation email will follow. When you reply to the confirmation email you will be added to the mailing list.

Posting to the Org mailing list

If you are already a list subscriber, you may post directly to the list by sending an email to: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org

You may also reply to messages you are receiving from the list.

Feature Requests

Please label feature requests in the subject, perhaps with "[FR] Please add X".

It's good to have a separate email thread per request, then everyone can discuss the merits of the suggestion.

Bug Reports

Bug reports may be submitted to the mailing list. Please label them appropriately with a tag "[BUG]" and include detailed information on how to reproduce the bug.

Consider including the output of M-x report-emacs-bug in your message.

Please attached a Minimum Working Example that can be used. See these links for additional ideas regarding MWEs.

  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minimal_working_example
  • http://minimalbeispiel.de/mini-en.html
  • https://stackoverflow.com/help/minimal-reproducible-example

Be patient with bug reports. Maintainer time is limited and it is likely your issue will benefit from discussion in the overall community.

The list and updates.orgmode.org

updates.orgmode.org makes it easier to keep track of important Org announcements such as new releases, confirmed bugs, help requests and user-significant changes.

The information on this page only comes from interacting with the Org mailing list.

To confirm a bug, just add X-Woof-Bug: confirmed in the headers of your reply to the list.

See https://github.com/bzg/woof#usage for detailed usage explanations and Woof announcement on the list.

What to do before posting a question

Please see the following FAQs:

COMMENT Statistics (as of sept. 19th 2010)

Scope and method

Here are a few stats that I computed from the lists.gnu.org server archives.

I concatenated the archives into one single mbox file, then I used a small utility called gnus-stat.el.

Posts

Total number of posts: 30810
Average bytes/post: -1.000000
Total number of posters: 1402
Average posts/poster: 21.975749
Posts Authors
6325 Carsten Dominik
1227 Bastien
1169 Bernt Hansen
806 Sebastian Rose
762 Eric Schulte
574 Nick Dokos
474 Eric S Fraga
431 Samuel Wales
426 Dan Davison
415 Manish
386 David Maus
374 Leo
363 Sébastien Vauban
342 Matthew Lundin
279 Matt Lundin
271 Adam Spiers
269 Richard Riley
267 Rainer Stengele
248 Russell Adams
242 Tassilo Horn
Total number of subjects: 10085
Average posts/subject: 3.055032
# posts Subject
71 [Orgmode] Re: Sourceforge community award
56 [Orgmode] Re: [ANN] Org-babel integrated into Org-mode
51 [Orgmode] Re: Behavior of Gnus when called from an hyperlink
46 [Orgmode] Re: IMPORTANT: (possibly) incompatible Change
45 [Orgmode] depending TODOs, scheduling following TODOs automatically
43 [Orgmode] Beamer support in Org-mode
39 [Orgmode] Re: keys and command name info
38 [Orgmode] POLL: the 40 variables project
35 [Orgmode] Re: Org now fontifies code blocks
34 [Orgmode] Re: New beamer support
33 [Orgmode] Re: POLL: Change of keys to move agenda through time
33 [Orgmode] Re: org-mode on sloooow computer
32 [Orgmode] iPhone ----> org-mode
30 [Orgmode] Re: Support (or not) for Emacs 21, and XEmacs
30 [Orgmode] Re: DocBook exporter for Org-mode
29 [Orgmode] Poll: Who is using these commands
29 [Orgmode] Re: log on state change
28 [Orgmode] Re: contact management in org-mode?
28 [Orgmode] property searches for #+CATEGORY
28 [Orgmode] XHTML export -   etc.