Last updated March 19, 2015.

Drupal uses email lists to allow community/team members to communicate with each other. The current list of mailing lists is below. In addition to these lists, you can:

  • Subscribe to security announcements.
  • Sign up for project issue updates for any contributed module, theme, etc., or Drupal itself. You can either subscribe to all issues for a given project, or only get emails for issues you have participated in (either submitted or posted a follow-up comment). For this click on the "subscribe" link on top of any issue list. You can find the issue list for a project (theme, module, etc.) on a link on the project page.
  • Join a group on groups.drupal.org: these are geographical and topical groups, with forums for discussion, job postings, etc.
  • Join the Drupal mailing list, which includes Drupal Newsletter, Drupal Association News, DrupalCon Updates, Information for Drupal Businesses, and Educational Opportunities. You can also join this list by editing your Drupal.org profile under subscriptions.

Support

A list for support questions.

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Development

A list for Drupal core developers.

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Themes

A list for Drupal theme developers/designers.

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Translations

A list for Drupal UI translators.

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Consulting

A mailing list for Drupal consultants and Drupal service/hosting providers.

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Webmasters

A list for drupal.org webmasters (e.g. settings and content on the drupal.org website, user management, removing spam, etc.).

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Infrastructure

A list for drupal.org infrastructure maintainers (e.g. drupal.org hardware and server configuration, the Git repositories, mailing lists, etc).

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