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Two moderated mailing lists are available for the WG, a private and a public one.
 
Two moderated mailing lists are available for the WG, a private and a public one.
  The private mailing list <font color=blue>evol-sc<img src="../images/at.gif" width="12" height="12">lists.inf.unisi.ch</font>  
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The private mailing list <font color=blue>evol-sc@lists.inf.unisi.ch</font>  
  is accessible to the <strong>steering committee members only</strong>. Mails  
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is accessible to the '''steering committee members only'''. Mails from other persons will be refused automatically.
  from other persons will be refused automatically.</p>
 
      <p>The public mailing list <font color=blue> mail<img src="../images/at.gif" width="12" height="12">planet-evolution.org</font>
 
        is accessible to all WG members for sending and receiving information
 
        that is considered to be relevant for all WG members. They can subscribe
 
        themselves via the <a href="http://lists.inf.unisi.ch/mailman/listinfo/evol">mailman
 
        administration webpage</a>. To prevent abuse, all incoming mails will
 
        be screened and approved (or rejected) by the mailing list moderator.
 
      </p>
 
  
  <p>The mailing list of SRE, the german chapter of our working group, is
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The public mailing list <font color=blue>mail@planet-evolution.org</font>
  <font color=blue>reengineering<img src="../images/at.gif" width="12" height="12">uni-koblenz.de</font></p>
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is accessible to all WG members for sending and receiving information
  <p>The mailing list of RIMEL, the french chapter of our working group, is
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that is considered to be relevant for all WG members. They can subscribe
  <font color=blue>rimel<img src="../images/at.gif" width="12" height="12">imag.fr</font></p>
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themselves via the mailman administration webpage [http://lists.inf.unisi.ch/mailman/listinfo/evol]. To prevent abuse, all incoming mails will
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be screened and approved (or rejected) by the mailing list moderator.
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The mailing list of SRE, the german chapter of our working group, is
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<font color=blue>reengineering@uni-koblenz.de</font>.
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The mailing list of RIMEL, the french chapter of our working group, is
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<font color=blue>rimel@imag.fr</font>.
  
 
===Wiki===
 
===Wiki===
  
 
Apart from the Wiki you are currently reading, there is another Wiki website devoted to software evolution [http://www.program-transformation.org/Transform/SoftwareEvolution]. In fact, it is part of the Wiki website devoted to program transformation [http://www.program-transformation.org/].
 
Apart from the Wiki you are currently reading, there is another Wiki website devoted to software evolution [http://www.program-transformation.org/Transform/SoftwareEvolution]. In fact, it is part of the Wiki website devoted to program transformation [http://www.program-transformation.org/].

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Electronic communication

The following electronic communication channels are available to the WG members.

Mailing list

Two moderated mailing lists are available for the WG, a private and a public one. The private mailing list evol-sc@lists.inf.unisi.ch is accessible to the steering committee members only. Mails from other persons will be refused automatically.

The public mailing list mail@planet-evolution.org is accessible to all WG members for sending and receiving information that is considered to be relevant for all WG members. They can subscribe themselves via the mailman administration webpage [1]. To prevent abuse, all incoming mails will be screened and approved (or rejected) by the mailing list moderator.

The mailing list of SRE, the german chapter of our working group, is reengineering@uni-koblenz.de.

The mailing list of RIMEL, the french chapter of our working group, is rimel@imag.fr.

Wiki

Apart from the Wiki you are currently reading, there is another Wiki website devoted to software evolution [2]. In fact, it is part of the Wiki website devoted to program transformation [3].