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Development [archive]
Discussion pertaining to the next release of Freenet. What features should and shouldn't go in, how things should be implemented, etc. Discussions about how Freenet should be in general (as opposed to in the very next release) should go to the technical list. If you think you have a great idea for a feature or attack, read all of the documentation first, espcially the Frequently Asked Questions. The developers have little patience for repeated suggestions.

Technical Discussion [archive]
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Chat [archive]
General discussion about everything else. It is generally high traffic and low signal. Join at your own risk.

CVS [archive]
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Documentation [archive]
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Clients [archive]
Discussions relating to Freenet clients.

Web [archive]
Discussion of the organization and development of the Freenet website and associated translation efforts.

Old Mailing list archive
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