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Gnus (Emacs Newsreader) FAQ
Section - Q1.8 What resources are available?

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   There is the newsgroup Gnu.emacs.gnus. Discussion of Gnus 5.x is now
   taking place there. There is also a mailing list, send mail to
   ding-request@gnus.org with the magic word subscribe somewhere in it.
   NOTE: the traffic on this list is heavy so you may not want to be on
   it (unless you use Gnus as your mailer reader, that is). The mailing
   list is mainly for developers and testers.
   
   Jason L Tibbitts III <tibbs@hpc.uh.edu> writes:
   Archives of the Ding mailing list are easily accessible by using
   gnus-group-make-archive-group, by default bound to G a in the Group
   buffer. This presents you with a group containing the 500 most recent
   articles from the mailing list. When called with a prefix argument, as
   in C-u G a, the entire (rather huge) archive is fetched. The archives
   are made available via FTP by Jason Tibbitts (tibbs@uh.edu); complain
   to him about problems with access. The magic of accessing the archives
   is provided by Gnus.
   
   This mailing list is mirrored on the World Wide Web at
   <URL:http://www.gnus.org/list-archives/ding/>. There's a pretty handy
   search tool to help you find what you're looking for.
   
   There is a bidirectional Usenet gateway to the mailing list at:
   <URL:news://sunsite.auc.dk/emacs.ding>.
   
   Gnus has a home World Wide Web page at
   <URL:http://www.gnus.org/>.
   
   There is a Gnus info page at
   <URL:http://www.miranova.com/~steve/gnus-local.html>.
   
   Gnus has a write up in the comp.windows.x.apps FAQ at:
   <URL:http://www.ee.ryerson.ca:8080/~elf/xapps/Q-III.html>.
   
   The Gnus manual is also available on the World Wide Web. To find the
   mirror closest to you, go to:
   <URL:http://www.gnus.org/manual.html>.
   
   PostScript copies of the Gnus Reference card are available from
   <URL:ftp://ftp.cs.ualberta.ca/pub/oolog/gnus/>. They are mirrored at
   <URL:http://www.thphy.uni-duesseldorf.de/~gnu/doc/gnusref/>
   in Germany.
   
   An online version of the Gnus FAQ is available at
   <URL:http://www.ccs.neu.edu/software/contrib/gnus/>. Off-line formats
   are also available:
   ASCII: <URL:ftp://gnus.xemacs.org/pub/gnus/>.
   PostScript: <URL:ftp://gnus.xemacs.org/pub/gnus/>
   
   HOWTOs, Tips & Tricks forums, Sample Configurations, Screenshot
   Galleries and tons of angry fruitsalad can be found at
   <URL:http://my.gnus.org/>. This site is also the home of an excellent
   Gnus tutorial.
   

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