Communication in Spectrum
There are several places online in which announcements, discussion, and collaboration happen. Rather than tell you about them all at once, though, it is best to tell you which ones are relevant to you, given how you would like to participate (or not) in the project.
Our primary methods of communication are Matrix and mailing lists.
If you are interested in participating in the project, or even just following along with it, the best thing to do is subscribe to one or more of the Spectrum mailing lists.
Each list has archives that can also be accessed via the web, NNTP or Atom. If you have the capacity to mirror them, please do!
This is a one-way list where announcements from Spectrum’s developers will be posted, once the system is ready for real-world use.
This list contains high-level discussion about the project.
This list is where low-level technical discussions happen, bugs are reported, and patches are sent.
There is a separate guide for the Spectrum development process, including how patches are sent to this list and discussed. For more information, see Working with Patches.