Project mailing lists
Mailing lists are the meeting point for the gvSIG community. Through this lists users, developers and all the rest of actors of the project share, discuss, decide and resolve everyday tasks of the project.
On this page you will find links to subscribe to any of the mailing lists. You can also see the lists activity through the nabble interface. Besides that, before start discussing at lists, you should take a look at the net rules of the mailing lists page.
The gvSIG mailing lists
gvSIG announces mailing lists
Mailing lists, in English and Spanish, oriented to the news related to the gvSIG Project. At this way, it's not necessary to be registered in other mailing lists of the project with more traffic to be aware of the news related to the gvSIG project. Sending mails to these lists is not allowed.
English spoken users mailing list
This mailing list is for non-Spanish spoken users, where the preferred language is English.
Spanish spoken users mailing list
This is the mailing list for Spanish spoken users, where they can send their problems or doubts with gvSIG.
English spoken developers mailing list
This is the mailing list for non-Spanish spoken developers, and this is the main contact point for developers (in English mainly).
Spanish spoken developers mailing list
This list is for those developers that want to argue about technical questions on gvSIG.
Public mailing list of the gvSIG Technical Steering Committee (TSC)
This mailing list is aimed for discussions, on a technical and an organizational level, of the gvSIG TSC group. The list is also accessible to the public, so it's open to anyone willing to collaborate or share their opinions.
The allowed languages for this mailing list are Spanish and English. Most of the discussion is done in Spanish but don't hesitate to ask in English if you feel more comfortable.
Builds announce mailing list
This mailing list is aimed to publish the release of a new build of gvSIG or any extension. This mailing list is aimed to testers and developers that want to test non-stable releases.
This is the testers community. There you will find support on tasks related with testing like test execution, test design, bug / feature request reporting, etc.
Other mailing lists
Apart from official mailing lists, there are another mailing lists administered by the gvSIG users and developers. All of them have a lot of registered users and developers, and they can manage and collaborate to help to solve gvSIG problems and issues.
There are some lists of the gvSIG communities created, and other ones that haven't been organized by an official community created but have a lot of users and developers that speak the same language.
- Italian users list. This list is aimed to the Italian community of gvSIG, and is proudly administered by Antonio Falciano, Alberto Riva and Alessandro Sgambati.
gvSIG Brazilian community list. This list is aimed to the gvSIG Brazilian community users and developers, and is proudly administered by Maria Augusta Doetzer y Marilice Cordeiro.
gvSIG Uruguayan community list. This list is aimed to the gvSIG Uruguayan community users and developers, and is proudly administered by Mª Victoria Álvarez and Sergio Acosta y Lara.
gvSIG Peru community list. This list is aimed to the gvSIG Peruvian community users and developers, and is proudly administered by Marino Carhuapoma.
gvSIG Chile community list. This list is aimed to the gvSIG Chile community users and developers, and is proudly administered by Victoria Agazzi y César Medina.
gvSIG Argentina community list. This list is aimed to the gvSIG Chile community users and developers, and is proudly administered by Juan Pablo Milicay.
gvSIG-Campus community list. The gvSIG-Campus Community is aimed to the final projects management, promoting the participation of universities and tertiary training institutions in different countries and different areas. This list is administered by Jorge Sanz and Victoria Agazzi.
The gvSIG Educa mailing lists
- gvSIG Educa mailing list: This list is aimed to the gvSIG Educa users and developers.
The i3Geo mailing lists
- i3Geo mailing list. This list is aimed to the i3Geo users and developers.
Mailing lists archives
All the messages of the mailing lists are archived. This way anyone can visit the messages emailed by other users and see how their problems were resolved. Besides the gvSIG mailing list archive, some external services have been configured. Those external services let not only to search messages, but also access the lists and even participate on them on alternative ways. So, you can interact with the mailing lists on the same way you use traditional web forums.
Archives of the mailing list server
The mailing list server has a web page where you can visit the archives ordered by thread, author and date. To access those archives you only need to click on the link of the mailing list overview page. The server doesn't provide any way to search that archives, but you can use main search engines to proceed with the archive.
For example, using Google, to search archives of the international mailing list about simbology issues you can put that query on the Google search box:
And the search engine will answer with some emails archived with that text
External archive services
These are the external archive services configured to crawl the gvSIG mailing lists
- You can see the mailing lists activity using the Nabble interface right now on that portal