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* If you work on the NetBeans code, or would like to start doing so, [mailto:sympa@netbeans.org?subject=subscribe%20nbdev subscribe to nbdev].
* If you work on the NetBeans code, or would like to start doing so, [mailto:sympa@netbeans.org?subject=subscribe%20nbdev subscribe to nbdev].
* [mailto:sympa@platform.netbeans.org?subject=subscribe%20dev Subscribe to dev@platform.netbeans.org] if you're building an application on the NetBeans platform, or a NetBeans module.
* [mailto:sympa@platform.netbeans.org?subject=subscribe%20dev Subscribe to dev@platform.netbeans.org] if you're building an application on the NetBeans platform, or a NetBeans module.
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* If you want to start getting notifications from Bugzilla about bug submissions/changes for particular module, visit its lists page and click '''Subscribe''' button of the ''issues@<module>.netbeans.org'' list you want to subscribe to. Example: [https://netbeans.org/projects/groovy/lists Groovy module lists].
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* If you want to start getting notifications from Bugzilla about bug submissions/changes for [https://netbeans.org/projects some project], visit its lists page and click '''Subscribe''' button of the ''issues@<module>.netbeans.org'' list. Example: [https://netbeans.org/projects/groovy/lists Groovy module lists].  
* If you are working with NetBeans Mobility and have questions about using the IDE for MIDP or CDC development, [mailto:sympa@mobility.netbeans.org?subject=subscribe%20users subscribe to users@mobility].
* If you are working with NetBeans Mobility and have questions about using the IDE for MIDP or CDC development, [mailto:sympa@mobility.netbeans.org?subject=subscribe%20users subscribe to users@mobility].

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There are so many lists - which do I subscribe to?

The lists you should subscribe to depends on your level and involvement with netbeans.org. Here are some rough guidelines taken from the main lists info page:

See the descriptions on the top level lists page for more information about each of these lists.

Obviously, this is only a rough guide, but there's no harm in subscribing and watching the kind of traffic that a list generates so you can get a feel for if the list is right for you or not. Alternatively, you can browse archives of past messages to find out about list traffic. Links to each list's archives are included on the lists pages.

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