New Infusion Users list and a new focus for fluid-talk
colin.clark at utoronto.ca
Mon Apr 20 22:02:04 UTC 2009
As we prepare for a wider announcement about the Infusion 1.0 release,
I've set up a new Infusion user support mailing list. It's intended as
a place where developers and designers who use Infusion in their
applications can go to ask questions, post solutions, and share their
work with the community.
* If you contribute to Infusion, I encourage you to subscribe to the
list and help support our community of Infusion users.
* If you're using Infusion, this new list is the best place to post
questions or feedback.
Here's a link to the subscription page for the Infusion Users mailing
And the archives are located here:
Along with this new list, we're changing the focus of the fluid-talk
mailing list. In the past, Fluid Talk has been a totally open forum
that has been used variously for posting links of interest, answering
support questions, and so on.
From now on, Talk is intended as a lower-traffic list that allows us
to stay in touch with our larger community of interest. It's a forum
for our advisory board, stakeholders, and others who are interested in
following the ongoing progress of the Fluid community without having
to keep track of the higher volume of messages on fluid-work.
If you're not involved in the day-to-day work of Fluid, but want to
stay connected, fluid-talk is the list for you. Here's the
Technical Lead, Fluid Project
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto
More information about the fluid-work