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==Bug Report Policy==
 
==Bug Report Policy==
  
We use a [http://trac.eprints.org/ Trac] to record bugs and issues for EPrints. You can search there or the eprints-tech mailing list for existing bugs and possible solutions.
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We use a [https://github.com/eprints/eprints/ Github] to record bugs and issues for EPrints. You can search there or the eprints-tech mailing list for existing bugs and possible solutions.
  
 
If you identify a new bug or "issue" (issues are not bugs, but are things which could be clearer or better) please post a message to the eprints-tech mailing list - include all the information you can: what version of eprints, operating system etc.
 
If you identify a new bug or "issue" (issues are not bugs, but are things which could be clearer or better) please post a message to the eprints-tech mailing list - include all the information you can: what version of eprints, operating system etc.
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If you think the bug has security implications (i.e. it shouldn't be made public) please email support@eprints.org.
 
If you think the bug has security implications (i.e. it shouldn't be made public) please email support@eprints.org.
  
== Mailing Lists ==
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== eprints-tech Mailing List ==
  
===eprints-announce===
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[http://www.eprints.org/tech.php/ eprints-tech] is the mailing list for technical queries or feedback. It can also have general queries, but most traffic is of a technical nature.
  
eprints-announce is a low-traffic mailing list that just contains announcements for new versions of EPrints or other very important news.
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To subscribe send an email with a blank message body to [mailto:eprints-tech-join@ecs.soton.ac.uk eprints-tech-join@ecs.soton.ac.uk] or follow the [http://mailman.ecs.soton.ac.uk/mailman/listinfo/eprints-tech configuration instructions].
  
To subscribe send an email with the following line in the message body to [mailto:majordomo@ecs.soton.ac.uk majordomo@ecs.soton.ac.uk]
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== Twitter==
  
subscribe eprints-announce
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The following twitter accounts and hashtags are currently used:
  
===eprints-tech===
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* [http://twitter.com/EPrints @EPrints] - EPrints twitter account
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* [http://twitter.com/EPrintsServices @EPrintsServices] - EPrints Services twitter account
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* [http://twitter.com/hashtag/EPrints #EPrints] - EPrints Hashtag
  
eprints-tech is the mailing list for technical queries or feedback. It can also have general queries, but most traffic is of a technical nature.
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== EPrints User Groups ==
  
To subscribe send an email with the following line in the message body to [mailto:majordomo@ecs.soton.ac.uk majordomo@ecs.soton.ac.uk]
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For general or language dependent EPrints discussion
  
subscribe eprints-tech
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* [[German_User_Group|DE]]
 
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* [https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/eprints-uk-user-group UK]
You access an online archive for eprints-tech at http://www.eprints.org/tech.php/.
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[[Category:Contact]]
 
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===eprints-devel===
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We run two mailing lists for committers: eprints-devel and eprints-changes. To receive changes to our tickets and repository, subscribe to eprints-changes (read only). eprint-devel is a lower-traffic discussion of commits (questions will probably be ignored - use ep-tech instead).
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To subscribe send an email with one of the following lines in the message body to [mailto:majordomo@ecs.soton.ac.uk majordomo@ecs.soton.ac.uk]
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subscribe eprints-devel
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subscribe eprints-changes
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WARNING: eprints-changes is HIGH traffic (every ticket and commit gets posted).
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The list of tickets and commits is also accessible via the Web on our [http://trac.eprints.org/ EPrints Trac].
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===eprints-underground===
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eprints-underground is the non-technical mailing list for the discussion of metadata, politics (how to get content) and what people plan to use the eprints for.
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To subscribe send an email with the following line in the message body to [mailto:majordomo@ecs.soton.ac.uk majordomo@ecs.soton.ac.uk]
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subscribe eprints-underground
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===Non-EPrints Specific===
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The Open Archives Protocol has some mailing lists of its own, see the http://www.openarchives.org/ site for information on these.
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== Real-time Chat ==
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The ep-tech mailing list is the primary location for EPrints technical discussion/help. However, you may find some EPrints people on our IRC server:
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  irc.zepler.net:6667 #eprints
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Revision as of 13:28, 31 January 2017

Manual Sections

Bug Report Policy

We use a Github to record bugs and issues for EPrints. You can search there or the eprints-tech mailing list for existing bugs and possible solutions.

If you identify a new bug or "issue" (issues are not bugs, but are things which could be clearer or better) please post a message to the eprints-tech mailing list - include all the information you can: what version of eprints, operating system etc.

If you think the bug has security implications (i.e. it shouldn't be made public) please email support@eprints.org.

eprints-tech Mailing List

eprints-tech is the mailing list for technical queries or feedback. It can also have general queries, but most traffic is of a technical nature.

To subscribe send an email with a blank message body to eprints-tech-join@ecs.soton.ac.uk or follow the configuration instructions.

Twitter

The following twitter accounts and hashtags are currently used:

EPrints User Groups

For general or language dependent EPrints discussion