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Mailman's source code= is published in a publicly available revision control system called Ba= zaar available through the code hosting and open source development ser= vice called Launchpad. On June 22, 2007, we switched from using Subversi= on on SourceForge to the new repository, and while the old Subversion repos= itory will still be available read-only, no new updates will be committed t= o it. Hosting the source code on Bazaar provides both the core developers a= nd unofficial third party extensions much more freedom to hack on Mailman.<= /p>
Here is more detail on how to develop Mailman code using Bazaar and Launchpad.
Here are a = list of important official and uno= fficial branches.
Mailman is a GNU project with the majority of the copyrig= hts being held by the Free Software Foundation. We therefore request that = developers who contribute code, assign their copyrights in their Mailman co= ntribution to the FSF. To do this, you first need to submit a GNU copyright assignment = request form containing some basic information, and then fill out the f= orm that the FSF sends you. Please let us know after you've s= ent the second form so that we can track your contribution. The FSF often d= oesn't tell us in a timely manner when such forms have been received.
H= ere are the collection of resources for people interested in the developmen= t of Mailman.
People seem to have trouble figuring out where to ma= ke suggestions or feature requests. There is a suggestions page here, or you may wish to start a discussion o= n the mailman-developers list<= h2 id=3D"Home-Otherdeveloperinformation">Other developer information
Mailman is a GNU project with the majority of the copyrights being held b= y the Free Software Foundation. We therefore request that developers who c= ontribute code, assign their copyrights in their Mailman contribution to th= e FSF. To do this, you first need to submit a GNU copyright assignment request form= containing some basic information, and then fill out the form that the FSF= sends you. Please let us know after you've sent the second f= orm so that we can track your contribution. The FSF often doesn't tell us i= n a timely manner when such forms have been received.
Here are some useful RFCs, references and drafts: