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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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To browse the archives by month view their [http://mailman.ecs.soton.ac.uk/pipermail/eprints-tech/ Mailman archives]; to search use a search engine on site:http://threader.ecs.soton.ac.uk/lists/eprints_tech .
  
subscribe eprints-announce
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== Twitter==
  
===eprints-tech===
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The following twitter accounts and hashtags are currently used:
  
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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* [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
  
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== EPrints User Groups ==
  
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]
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For general or language dependent EPrints discussion
  
 
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* [[German_User_Group|DE]]
You can access an online archive for eprints-tech at http://www.eprints.org/tech.php/.
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* [https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/eprints-uk-user-group UK]
 
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[[Category:Contact]]
===eprints-devel===
 
 
 
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).
 
 
 
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]
 
 
 
subscribe eprints-devel
 
subscribe eprints-changes
 
 
 
WARNING: eprints-changes is HIGH traffic (every ticket and commit gets posted).
 
 
 
The list of tickets and commits is also accessible via the Web on our [http://trac.eprints.org/ EPrints Trac].
 
 
 
===eprints-underground===
 
 
 
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.
 
 
 
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]
 
 
 
subscribe eprints-underground
 
 
 
===Non-EPrints Specific===
 
 
 
The Open Archives Protocol has some mailing lists of its own, see the http://www.openarchives.org/ site for information on these.
 
 
 
== IRC ==
 
 
 
The ep-tech mailing list is the primary location for EPrints technical discussion/help. However, you may find some EPrints people on Freenode IRC:
 
 
 
  irc.freenode.net:6667 #eprints
 
 
 
== EPrints UK User Group ==
 
 
 
For general EPrints discussion.
 
 
 
Access the group online at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/eprints-uk-user-group
 

Latest revision as of 02:21, 30 August 2018

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.

To browse the archives by month view their Mailman archives; to search use a search engine on site:http://threader.ecs.soton.ac.uk/lists/eprints_tech .

Twitter

The following twitter accounts and hashtags are currently used:

EPrints User Groups

For general or language dependent EPrints discussion