Multiple communities have built up around the Access Grid. Advertise your community on this page, whether it is a regional community, or a domain community (e.g., remote medical research in Chicago), or otherwise.
A number of mailing lists have been created for the Access Grid community since the project began. Review the descriptions below to decide which list(s) you would like to join. We also provide a dedicated search for the mailing lists archives.
|The ag-tech list is the most active Access Grid mailing list. Mail to the list addresses technical user issues involving software or hardware.|
|The ag-users is intended for general user questions.|
|The ag-announce list is used for announcements from the Access Grid project; for example, software releases, retreats, etc.|
|The ag-dev list is used by Access Grid developers. Mail to the list addresses issues arising in the Access Grid software itself, or in shared applications or node services. Developers are welcome to ask questions about their development projects on this list.|
|The ag-cvs list is for people interested in seeing detail of code changes committed to the Access Grid CVS repository.|
The Access Grid related mailing lists are provided by Source Forge and administered by Mailman.
AARNet AccessGrid-L list is for discussion on the development and use of Access Grid nodes in Australia
A community-maintained list of Access Grid nodes installed around the world is available here.
Default (Global Venue Server)
A suggested list of regional unicast Access Grid bridges can be found at http://www.accessgrid.org/unicast-bridges.