Mailing Lists Matching programming

ABC language

ABC

Addresses

  • ABC@cwi.nl (list)
  • abc-list-request@cwi.nl (listserv)
  • Steven Pemberton (owner)

Description

Purpose: Discussion of the ABC Programming Language and its implementations. Information on ABC is available in "The ABC Programmer's Handbook", Leo Geurts et.al, Prentice Hall 1990; "An Alternative Simple Language and Environment for PCs", Steven Pemberton, IEEE Software, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1987, pp. 56-64.; by ftp from mcsun.eu.net, file programming/languages/abc/abc.intro; and by mail-server from info-server@hp4nl.nluug.nl: send two-line message: "request programming/languages/abc" "topic abc.intro".

Kappa PC

ai-kappa-pc

Addresses

  • ai-kappa-pc@mailbase.ac.uk (list)
  • mailbase@mailbase.ac.uk (listserv)
  • A.M.Vann@bristol.ac.uk (owner)

Description

We have an e-mail list for discussion of topics related to the Intellicorp object-oriented programming/expert system tool Kappa PC and we are trying to recruit more members. It is intended to be a forum for discussion of programming problems, hints, tips and also wider issues related to OOP/Expert System development.

OpenVMS AXP

ALPHA-IDS

Addresses

  • ALPHA-IDS@WKUVX1.WKU.EDU (list)
  • MXserver@WKUVX1.WKU.EDU (listserv)
  • Hunter Goatley [goathunter@WKUVX1.WKU.EDU] (owner)

Description

ALPHA-IDS is an unmoderated list for discussions about system internals on OpenVMS AXP. The "IDS" stands for "Internals and Data Structures." Appropriate topics include questions about OpenVMS AXP internals programming, undocumented system routines, and anything else of interest to OpenVMS systems programmers.

AMOS language

AMOS

Addresses

  • AMOS@xamiga.linet.org (list)
  • subscribe@xamiga.linet.org (listserv)

Description

Purpose: For the AMOS programming language on Amiga computers. Features source, bug reports, and help from users around the world, but mainly European users. Most posts will be in English but there are no limitations to the language used, since AMOS is very popular in most European countries. Send subscription requests to subscribe@xamiga.linet.org using this format: #amos username@domain;

APPC Discussion List

APPC-L

Addresses

  • APPC-L@AMERICAN.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@AMERICAN.EDU (listserv)
  • Jim McIntosh [jim@american.edu] (owner)

Description

APPC-L was formed to discussion IBM's Advanced Program-to-Program Communication (APPC) as well as associated topics such as LU 6.2 and CPI-C. Archives of APPC-L and related files, which will include examples of APPC programming, configuration files, and so forth, will be stored in the APPC-L FILELIST. To receive a list of files send the command INDEX APPC-L to LISTSERV@AUVM. These files will also be available from auvm.american.edu via ftp.

ASM370 (log files only)

ASM370

Addresses

  • ASM370@UCF1VM.CC.UCF.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@UCF1VM.CC.UCF.EDU (listserv)

Description

Discussion of programming in IBM System/370 Assembly Language. This is primarily a working group designed to answer questions and help distribute programs; however, any theoretical (are there such things?) discussions are welcome too.

Assembly for the IBM-PC

ASSMPC

Addresses

  • ASSMPC@USACHVM1.BITNET (list)
  • LISTSERV@USACHVM1.BITNET (listserv)
  • [LVALDIVI@USACHVM1.BITNET] Luis Valdivia P. (owner)

Description

Mailing list for issues related to the PC Assembly languages (Intel 8086/88/286/386/...). There is an initial programming goal that the managers of this list wish to accomplish: We are inviting all users to assist in the coding of projects. For instance, our first task will be a Resident Program Manager. We will use Turbo Assembler or MASM.

Basic

Basic

Addresses

  • Basic@ireq.hydro.qc.ca (list)
  • basic-request@ireq.hydro.qc.ca (listserv)
  • Rob ert Meunier (owner)

Description

Discussion and exchange on using BASIC as a programming language.

Beta Language

BETA

Addresses

  • BETA@mjolner.dk (list)
  • usergroup-request@mjolner.dk (listserv)
  • Elmer Soerensen Sandvad (owner)

Description

Purpose: A discussion forum for BETA users. BETA is a modern object-oriented programming language with: Powerful abstraction mechanisms including class, subclass, virtual class, class variable, procedure, subprocedure, virtual procedure, procedure variable, coroutine, subcoroutine, virtual coroutine, coroutine variable, and many more, all unified to the ultimate abstraction mechanism: the pattern. Other features include general block structure, coroutines, concurrency, strong typing, part objects, ...

IBM C

C-IBM-370

Addresses

  • C-IBM-370@dhw68k.cts.com (list)
  • C-IBM-370-request@dhw68k.cts.com (listserv)
  • David Wolfskill (owner)

Description

The C on IBM mainframes mailing list is a place to discuss aspects of using the C programming language on s/370-architecture computers -- especially under IBM's operating systems for that environment.

Cable TV

CATV

Addresses

  • CATV@quack.sac.ca.us (list)
  • catv-request@quack.sac.ca.us (listserv)
  • Nick Sayer [mrapple@quack.sac.ca.us] (owner)

Description

For people interested in any topic having to do with cable television programming, technology, regulation, etc. Especially welcome are postings concern ing 'cable tax' legislation, attempts to repeal syndex and ways to increase competition in local cable markets.

Concurrent Logic Programming

CLP.X

Addresses

  • CLP.X@XEROX.COM (list)
  • CLP-REQUEST.X@XEROX.COM (listserv)
  • Jacob Levy [jlevy.PA@XEROX.COM] (owner)

Description

Concurrent logic programming languages - Problematic constructs - Comparisons between languages * Concurrent constraint programming languages - Constraint solvers, including those for discrete constraint satisfaction - Language issues * Semantics, proof techniques and program transformations - Partial evaluation - Meta interpretation - Embedded lang

C/370 Discussion List

C370-L

Addresses

  • C370-L@CMUVM.CSV.CMICH.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@CMUVM.CSV.CMICH.EDU (listserv)
  • David Jelinek [34AAQ77@CMUVM.CSV.CMICH.EDU] (owner)

Description

This list is for the discussion of the C programming language on 370-architecture machines. Products covered are IBM's C/370 compiler, the IBM C Program Offering, Waterloo C, SAS C, or any other such implementations.

Software program MacroMind Director for the Macintosh

DIRECT-L

Addresses

  • DIRECT-L@UAFSYSB.UARK.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@UAFSYSB.UARK.EDU (listserv)
  • CB Lih [CBLIH@UAFSYSB.UARK.EDU] (owner)

Description

Programming in Lingo, Hardware configurations, Use with other software packages, Video sources, techniques, methods, Kiosk development, Device drivers

DISCOVERY COMMUNICATIONS ON-LINE LISTINGS

DISC-L

Addresses

  • DISC-L@SENDIT.NODAK.EDU (list)
  • listserv@sendit.nodak.edu (listserv)
  • Gleason Sackmann [sackman@sendit.NoDak.edu] (owner)

Description

Discovery Communications has establised a "listserv" to make available advanced listings and curriculum material for educational programming on The Discovery Channel and The Learning Channel. The listserv originates from SENDIT, NoDak's K-12 Telcom Network, and sends listings automatically via the Internet to list subscribers. These listings may be re-posted on educational computer networks as long as educators are _NOT_ charged for access.

DISSPLA List

DISSPLA

Addresses

  • DISSPLA@VM.TAU.AC.IL (list)
  • LISTSERV@VM.TAU.AC.IL (listserv)
  • AER7101@TECHNION.TECHNION.AC.IL (Zvika Bar-Dero (owner)

Description

DISSPLA (Display Integrated Software System and Plotting LAnguage) is a high-level FORTRAN graphics subroutine library designed for programmers in engineering, science and business. The list is intended for users and maintainers of DISSPLA. Topics include programming hints, bugs and fixes, implementation on various CPUs.

Decision Power

dp-friends

Addresses

  • dp-friends@aiai.ed.ac.uk (list)
  • dp-friends-request@aiai.ed.ac.uk (listserv)
  • Ken Johnson (owner)

Description

Decision Power is a product of ICL Computers Limited comprising of a logic programming language Prolog, a constraint handling system Chip, a data base interface Seduce (runs on top of Ingres), a development environment Kegi (runs on X) and an end-user graphical display environment KHS (also runs on X). It is in use for various purposes at a dozen or so sites around the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Network Programmers

driver-workers

Addresses

  • driver-workers@sun.soe.clarkson.edu (list)
  • listserv@sun.soe.clarkson.edu (listserv)

Description

By the way, anyone programming for packet drivers should be on the driver-workers mailing list.

Digital Video

DVI-list

Addresses

  • DVI-list@calvin.dgbt.doc.ca (list)
  • dvi-list-request@calvin.dgbt.doc.ca (listserv)
  • Andrew Patrick (owner)

Description

This mailing list is intended for discussions about Intel's DVI (Digital Video Interactive) system. These discussions cover both applications and programming with DVI.

Electronic Music Digest

EMUSIC-D

Addresses

  • EMUSIC-D@AMERICAN.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@AMERICAN.EDU (listserv)
  • XRJDM@SCFVM.GSFC.NASA.GOV (Joe McMahon) (owner)

Description

This list is intended to serve those interested in discussions of Electronic Music and all attendant topics. Conversation is welcome and encouraged on topics of Emusic composition, criticism, technology, and technique. Timbral research, MIDI programming, sly tricks for old machines, reviews of new toys are all dear to our hearts.

Electronic Music Discussion List

EMUSIC-L

Addresses

  • EMUSIC-L@AMERICAN.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@AMERICAN.EDU (listserv)
  • XRJDM@VPFVM.BITNET (Joe McMahon) (owner)

Description

This list is intended to serve those interested in discussions of Electronic Music and all attendant topics. Conversation is welcome and encouraged on topics of Emusic composition, criticism, technology, and technique. Timbral research, MIDI programming, sly tricks for old machines, reviews of new toys are all dear to our hearts.

es shell

es

Addresses

  • es@hawkwind.utcs.toronto.edu (list)
  • es-request@hawkwind.utcs.toronto.edu (listserv)
  • Chris Siebenmann (owner)

Description

Discussion of the es shell. Es is both simple and highly programmable. By exposing many of the internals and adopting constructs from functional programming languages, Paul Haahr and Byron Rakitzis have created a shell which supports new paradigms for programmers. The es shell and the mailing list archives are available on ftp.sys.utoronto.ca, directory /pub/es.

Forth Interest Group International List

FIGI-L

Addresses

  • FIGI-L@BRUSPVM.BITNET (list)
  • LISTSERV@BRUSPVM.BITNET (listserv)
  • ZMLEB@SCFVM.BITNET(Lee E. Brotzman) (owner)

Description

FIGI-L was created in order to provide a forum for discussion about the Forth programming language. Forth is a powerful threaded interpretive language, originally designed for hardwarecontrol systems. It has been implemented on nearly every type of CPU in existence, and is the first high-level language implemented directly in silicon.

Folk Music Programming Hosts

folkdj-l

Addresses

  • folkdj-l@PSUVM.PSU.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@psuvm.bitnet (listserv)
  • Tina Hay [tmh1@psuvm.psu.edu] (owner)

Description

The folkdj-l list was formed to give hosts of folk, bluegrass, and Celtic music programs a chance to talk with one another and share ideas. Topics include fundraising, record company relations, listener likes and dislikes, new music news, community outreach, and other matters of concern to folk radio programmers. The list is not limited to DJs, however -- anyone can join, including listeners, folk performers, industry people, and others.

Graphics Interface Kit/2

GIK2-L

Addresses

  • GIK2-L@VM.AKH-WIEN.AC.AT (list)
  • LISTSERV@VM.AKH-WIEN.AC.AT (listserv)
  • Christian Reichetzeder [REICHETZ@AWIIMC12.IMC.UniVie.AC.AT] (owner)

Description

GIK2-L is a list for discussion of the Graphics Interface Kit/2. Graphics Interface Kit/2 is an OS/2 programmer-productivity tool for prototyping and developing graphical interfaces for such diverse applications as CASE, communication network management, real-time transaction systems, databases and diagram editors. The prototype of a new interface can be created in one or two hours, by means of a design tool that requires no programming skills.

Gamemasters Interest Group

GMAST-L

Addresses

  • GMAST-L@UTCVM.UTC.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@UTCVM.UTC.EDU (listserv)
  • [JEFF@UTCVM.UTC.EDU] Jeff Kell (owner)

Description

Mailing list to serve as a forum for the discussion of adventure game programming including questions such as player interfaces, multi-player possibilities, text vs. graphics games, etc.

HOTT -- Hot Off The Tree

HOTT-LIST

Addresses

  • HOTT-LIST@UCSD.EDU (list)
  • listserv@ucsd.edu (listserv)
  • David Scott Lewis[d.s.lewis@ieee.org] (owner)

Description

-- is a FREE monthly electronic newsletter featuring the latest advances in computer, communications, and electronics technologies. Each issue provides article summaries on new & emerging technologies, including VR (virtual reality), neural networks, PDAs (personal digital assistants), GUIs (graphical user interfaces), intelligent agents, ubiquitous computing, genetic & evolutionary programming, wireless networks, smart cards, video phones, set-top boxes, nanotechnology, and massively parallel proc..

Hewlett-Packard 9000 Series MiniComputer Discussion

HPMINI-L

Addresses

  • HPMINI-L@UAFSYSB.UARK.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@UAFSYSB.UARK.EDU (listserv)
  • CHRISC@UAFSYSB.UARK.EDU(Christopher C. Corke) (owner)

Description

This list is intended to provide a forum for discussion of topics relating to hardware and software related to the HP9000 series computers. Although primarily intended for topics of a technical nature, topics concerning applications and applications programming are also encouraged.

IBM Screen Reader Product

IBM-SRD

Addresses

  • IBM-SRD@VM1.NODAK.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@VM1.NODAK.EDU (listserv)
  • Brett G. Person [NU079509@VM1.NODAK.EDU] (owner)

Description

IBM-SRD is a discussion list for things relating to the IBM Screen Reader Product. The IBM Screen reader is a hardware/software combination that enables a blind user to navigate around the screen when a speech synthesizer is attatched to the computer. What I hope to establish is a user's forum to discuss aspects of the use and programming of Screen Reader.

Icon language

Icon-Group

Addresses

  • Icon-Group@ARIZONA.EDU (list)
  • Icon-Group-Request@ARIZONA.EDU (listserv)
  • Bill Mitchell [whm@ARIZONA.EDU] (owner)

Description

Discussion of topics related to the Icon programming language (a high-level, general-purpose programming language that emphasizes string and structure processing). Such topics include: Programming Techniques, Theoretical Aspects, Icon in relation to other languages, Applications of Icon, Implementation Issues, Porting Icon, Bugs.

Idol Language

idol-group

Addresses

  • idol-group@luvthang.ori-cal.com (list)
  • idol-group-request@luvthang.ori-cal.com (listserv)
  • David Talmage (owner)

Description

The idol-group is an unmoderated mailing list for people interested in the Idol language. Idol, an "Icon-derived object language," is "an object-oriented extension and environment for the Icon programming language." The idol-group is a forum for discussing Idol programming, object-oriented programming, and Idol implementation issues. It is also a place to exchange Idol classes and programs, contributing to the library of useful Idol code.

Imagen Laser Printers

Imagen-L

Addresses

  • Imagen-L@bolis.sf-bay.org (list)
  • listserv@bolis.sf-bay.org (listserv)

Description

This list is a discussion forum for all aspects of Imagen laser printers. Any discussion pertaining to Imagen printers is welcome, including software compatibility, hardware interfacing, LAN attachment capabilities, imPRESS programming, or methods used to create spooling and accounting software.

Computers in Education

INFED-L

Addresses

  • INFED-L@CCSUN.UNICAMP.BR (list)
  • LISTSERV@CCSUN.UNICAMP.BR (listserv)
  • Eduardo Chaves [CHAVES@CCVAX.UNICAMP.BR] (owner)

Description

INFED-L is a discussion list on the uses of computers (or what is usually called Informatics) in Education, broadly conceived. The list is unmoderated. Contributions may deal with the various uses of computers in higher, secondary, elementary or informal education and may cover topics such as development and authoring tools, programming languages (Prolog, Logo, etc.), specific applications, generic approaches (such as Artificial Intelligence and education, for example), ...

Ada programming language (INFO-ADA)

INFO-ADA

Addresses

  • INFO-ADA@FINHUTC.HUT.FI (list)
  • LISTSERV@FINHUTC.HUT.FI (listserv)
  • Edward E. Cragg [ECRAGG@GMUVAX.GMU.EDU] (owner)

Description

Mailing list for announcements, questions and discussions of a technical nature, requests for information, and just about anything else having todo with the Ada programming language (ANSI/MIL-STD-1815A-1983).

Alliant computers

info-alliant

Addresses

  • info-alliant@MCS.ANL.GOV (list)
  • info-alliant-request@MCS.ANL.GOV (listserv)
  • Gene Rackow [rackow@MCS.ANL.GOV] (owner)

Description

An unmoderated mailing list for the discussion of Alliant computer systems. Software, programming techniques, and bugs are more than welcome.

IBM AS/400 Discussion

INFO-AS400

Addresses

  • INFO-AS400@JOINER.COM (list)
  • Info-AS400-Request@Joiner.COM (listserv)
  • Arnold@Joiner.COM (Stephen L. Arnold) (owner)

Description

This is a "how-to" discussion on IBM AS/400 architecture, systems, and software. It is for the discussion of most topics, including hardware, systems and applications programming, networking, and connectivity. IBM and third-party solutions may be discussed. The list is primarily aimed at system administrators, managers, and programmers. Because this is an Internet/BITNET list, the use of AS/400 systems in research and education is of interest.

Info-C List

INFO-C

Addresses

  • INFO-C@VM1.NODAK.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@VM1.NODAK.EDU (listserv)
  • Mark Plotnick [info-c-request@RESEARCH.ATT.COM] (owner)

Description

INFO-C is gatewayed with the comp.lang.c newsgroup on USENET. Its purpose is to carry on discussions about C programming and the C programming language.

SmallTalk programming language discussion

INFO-CLS

Addresses

  • INFO-CLS@VM.GMD.DE (list)
  • LISTSERV@VM.GMD.DE (listserv)

Modula2 List

INFO-M2

Addresses

  • INFO-M2@UCF1VM.CC.UCF.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@UCF1VM.CC.UCF.EDU (listserv)
  • HABERNOL@DB0TUI11 Thomas Habernoll (owner)

Description

A discussion list for the Modula-2 programming language. Modula-2 is alanguage by Niklaus Wirth which extends the Pascal foundation by providing an updated statement syntax (generalized LOOP, EXIT, RETURN, no GOTO), separate compilation with a module (compilation unit) broken into specification and implementation parts with importing and exporting of objects.

Pascal language

INFO-PASCAL

Addresses

  • INFO-PASCAL@BRL.MIL (list)
  • INFO-PASCAL-REQUEST@BRL.MIL (listserv)

Description

This list is intended for people who are interested in the programming language Pascal. Discussions of any Pascal implementation (from mainframe to micro) are welcome.

Macintosh programming language Prograph

info-prograph

Addresses

  • info-prograph@grove.iup.edu (list)
  • info-prograph-request@grove.iup.edu (listserv)

Description

Prograph, for those who have not seen it before, is an icon-based object-oriented programming language, published by TGS Systems, Halifax, Nova Scotia. My only connection with TGS is that I own Prograph, and am beta-testing the 2.5 version, and that they have subscribed to the list. Prograph includes an application "shell", which makes it easy to quickly generate prototypes of your application.

Macintosh programming language

Info-Prograph

Addresses

  • Info-Prograph@Grove.IUP.EDU (list)
  • info-prograph-request@grove.iup.edu (listserv)
  • Mark Nutter [manutter@grove.iup.edu] (owner)

Description

Prograph is an icon-based object-oriented programming language, published by TGS Systems, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Prograph includes an application "shell", which makes it easy to quickly generate prototypes of your application. Unlike other application generators, such as Serius Developer or AppMaker, Prograph is a complete and self-contained programming language, with full access to the Mac Toolbox (including System 7 calls).

lucid Language

lang-lucid

Addresses

  • lang-lucid@csl.sri.com (list)
  • lang-lucid-request@csl.sri.com (listserv)
  • R. Jagannathan (owner)

Description

Discussions on all aspects related to the language Lucid, including (but not restricted to) language design issues, implementations for personal computers, implementations for parallel machines, language extensions, programming environments, products, bug reports, bug fixes/workarounds.

Linda parallel computer

linda-users

Addresses

  • linda-users@cs.yale.edu (list)
  • linda-users-request@cs.yale.edu (listserv)

Description

Discussion group for users and potential users of Linda based parallel programming systems. Linda is a set of operators that are added to various conventional programming languages to produce a parallel programming language.

Lifeline Genealogical Database

LINES-L

Addresses

  • LINES-L@VM1.NODAK.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@VM1.NODAK.EDU (listserv)
  • Cliff Manis [cmanis@csoftec.csf.com] (owner)

Description

LINES-L will serve as a vehicle for topics related to the enhancement of "LifeLines Genealogical Database and Report Generator". LifeLines is an experimental, second-generation Genealogical system. LINES-L is for the exchange of information, reports, programming hints, ideas and also an electronic newsletter about the LifeLines Genealogy program which works on the Operating Systems: UNIX (Sun3/4) and Xenix386. Dr. Thomas T. Wetmore IV [ttw@petrel.att.com] is the program author.

Unix for Macintosh

MachTen

Addresses

  • MachTen@tenon.com (list)
  • MachTen-request@tenon.com (listserv)
  • Leonard Cuff (owner)

Description

Discuss topics of interest to users of MachTen, a Mach/BSD Unix for all Macintoshes from Tenon Intersystems. This includes programming tips and examples, configuration questions, and discussion of problems and workarounds. People not currently using MachTen and wanting either general information or specific questions answered should not subscribe, but write to info@tenon.com.

Macintosh Programming

MACPROG

Addresses

  • MACPROG@WUVMD.WUSTL.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@WUVMD.WUSTL.EDU (listserv)
  • Bill Brandt [WBRANDT@CMS.CC.WAYNE.EDU] (owner)

Description

Hosted by Washington University, the MACPROG list is the Internet answer to the excellent Usenet programming forum. Hopefully the easier access of an Internet-based list will promote even better communication between Macintosh developers of commercial, in-house, and shareware software. In addition, this list will move some of the more technical topics out from lists devoted to user-oriented issues. The list will be moderated in a digest format (Info-mac style).

Metacard Programming

metacard-list

Addresses

  • metacard-list@grot.starconn.com (list)
  • listserv@grot.starconn.com (listserv)

Description

Discussion of the MetaCard product from MetaCard Corporation. MetaCard is an application development system which is similar to Apple's HyperCard product, and runs on a variety of popular platforms in a UNIX/X11/Motif environment.

AMK/ScriptX Discussion List

MMDEVX

Addresses

  • MMDEVX@KNEX.MIND.ORG (list)
  • Mail-Server@knex.mind.org (listserv)
  • Gess Shankar [gess@knex.mind.org] (owner)

Description

MMDEVX is a mailing list for people interested in crossplatform multimedia development tools in general and Apple Media Kit (AMK) and Kaleida ScriptX in particular. Apple's Media Tool and Media Tool Programming Environment promise to be a good multimedia authoring environment. Kaleida Labs - an Apple/IBM joint venture - is about to release beta ScriptX code, an object oriented platform independent multimedia development and delivery tool.

OS2 issues

OS2-L

Addresses

  • OS2-L@NIC.SURFNET.NL (list)
  • LISTSERV@NIC.SURFNET.NL (listserv)

Description

This non-edited list is dedicated to issues regarding OS/2, including but not limited to user queries, Workplace, programming, OS/2 2.0 and other related issues. Since EARNCC has fast connections to the European core, you can expect fast delivery of posted queries.

Parallel Computing

PARALLEL

Addresses

  • PARALLEL@CS.FELK.CVUT.CZ (list)
  • parallel-request@cs.felk.cvut.cz (listserv)
  • Martin Bily [bily@cs.felk.cvut.cz] (owner)

Description

This list is designed to be a forum for the discussion on problems in the area of parallel computing, namely on - HW and SW architectures of parallel machines, including virtual ones (e.g. PVM), - parallel and distributed programming, algorithms, and languages, - applications of parallel computing in science and engineering.

Personal REXX Discussion List

PC-REXX

Addresses

  • PC-REXX@UCF1VM.CC.UCF.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@UCF1VM.CC.UCF.EDU (listserv)

Description

In addition to REXXLIST, the existing VM/SP REXX discussion list, 3 other lists exist to discuss the REXX programming language. They are AREXX-L (for Amiga REXX users), TSO-REXX (for TSO), and PC-REXX (for Personal REXX) users.

PDP 8 DEC computers

PDP8-LOVERS

Addresses

  • PDP8-LOVERS@MC.LCS.MIT.EDU (list)
  • PDP8-LOVERS-REQUEST@MC.LCS.MIT.EDU (listserv)
  • Robert Seastrom [PDP8-LOVERS-REQUEST@MC.LCS.MIT.EDU] (owner)

Description

Mailing list to facilitate communication and cooperation between owners of vintage DEC computers, specifically, but not limited to, the PDP-8 series of minicomputers. Discussions of all manner of hardware, software, programming techniques are invited. Ownership of an 'antique' computer is not required for membership.

Prolog and logic programming mailing lists

PROLOG-HACKERS

Addresses

  • PROLOG-HACKERS@SUSHI.STANFORD.EDU (list)
  • PROLOG-REQUEST@SUSHI.STANFORD.EDU (listserv)
  • Chuck Restivo [Restivo@SUSHI.STANFORD.EDU] (owner)

Description

Some of the people answering the initial BBoard message stated that they would be interested in general Prolog and logic programming information, but not in the nitty-gritty details of Prolog systems and their bugs. Therefore, two mailing lists have been set up, PROLOG and PROLOG-HACKERS: PROLOG will provide a digest of articles of general interest; PROLOG-HACKERS will provide a direct mailing for the nasty stuff.

Discussion of Stats and Programming relating to P-STAT

PSTAT-L

Addresses

  • PSTAT-L@IRLEARN.UCD.IE (list)
  • LISTSERV@IRLEARN.UCD.IE (listserv)
  • CBTS8001@IRUCCVAX.UCD.IE Peter Flynn (owner)

Description

A forum for the exchange of information about the P-STAT data management and statistics package; code, macros, applications, user news, user group reports etc.

Library Services to Children & Young Adults

PUBYAC

Addresses

  • PUBYAC@lis.pitt.edu (list)
  • LISTSERV@lis.pitt.edu (listserv)
  • Shannon L. VanHemert [senti@lis.pitt.edu] (owner)

Description

This discussion group is intended to be one of practical appeal, focusing on programming ideas, outreach and literacy programs for children and caregivers, censorship issues, children and young adult collection development, administrative considerations, job openings, professional development, and other pertinent services or issues.

Python

python-list-request

Addresses

  • python-list-request@cwi.nl (list)
  • python-list-request@cwi.nl (listserv)
  • Guido van Rossum (owner)

Description

The list is intended for discussion of and questions about all aspects of design and use of the Python programming language. This is an object-oriented, interpreted, extensible programming language. The source of the latest Python release is always available by anonymous ftp from ftp.cwi.nl, in directory /pub/python.

QNX Operating System

qnx4

Addresses

  • qnx4@dlogtech.cuc.ab.ca (list)
  • camz@dlogtech.cuc.ab.ca (listserv)
  • Martin Zimmerman (owner)

Description

To discuss all aspects of the QNX realtime operating systems. There are seperate discussion lists for 2.15/2.20 and the 4.x POSIX versions. Topics include compatible hardware, available 3rd party software, software reviews, available PD/free software, QNX platform specific programming discussions, QNX and FLEET networking, fault-tolerance, distributed processing, process control, SCADA, and other QNX related topics.

Software AG Discussion List

SAG-L

Addresses

  • SAG-L@UAFSYSB.UARK.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@UAFSYSB.UARK.EDU (listserv)
  • DM06900@UAFSYSB.UARK.EDU (David L. Merrifield) (owner)

Description

This list is intended to provide a forum for discussion of topics relating to Software AG products (such as ADABAS and NATURAL). Although primarily intended for topics of a technical nature, topics concerning applications and applications programming are also encouraged.

Scheme language

SCHEME

Addresses

  • SCHEME@MC.LCS.MIT.EDU (list)
  • Scheme-Request@MC.LCS.MIT.EDU (listserv)
  • Jonathan Rees [JAR@MC.LCS.MIT.EDU] (owner)

Description

This mailing list is intended to be a forum for discussing anything related to the Scheme programming language(s), with particular emphasis on the use of Scheme in education. There are over 150 people on the list A/O 15 Nov 85, with more than 80 institutions represented.

SIMULA for object-oriented programming and simulation

SIMULA

Addresses

  • SIMULA@BITNIC.EDUCOM.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@BITNIC.EDUCOM.EDU (listserv)
  • Mats Ohlin [MATSO@QZCOM.BITNET] (owner)

Description

A member of the ALGOL family. Topics may range from hints on programming techniques to information about available software (both compilers and programs), questions and answers in general, etc. In short, anything that has to do with SIMULA. This group is not restricted to any specific implementation of SIMULA; the exchange of information between users of different implementations is encouraged.

Software Engineering

SOFT-ENG

Addresses

  • SOFT-ENG@MWUNIX.MITRE.ORG (list)
  • Soft-Eng-Request@MWUNIX.MITRE.ORG (listserv)
  • Alok C. Nigam [nigam@MWUNIX.MITRE.ORG] (owner)

Description

Soft-Eng is a list for discussion of software engineering and related topics, covering such areas as: Requirements, Specification, Design, Testing, Maintenance, Enhancement, Languages, Methodologies, Tools, Verification, Validation, Reliability, Debugging, Testing, Testing Tools, Error handling, Recovery, Programming Environments

Review, discuss, & examine PC software

SOFTREVU

Addresses

  • SOFTREVU@BROWNVM.BROWN.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@BROWNVM.BROWN.EDU (listserv)
  • Jamie Donnelly IV [ENCSADM1@UCONNVM.UCONN.EDU] (owner)

Description

Cross-platform compatibility issues related to software and hardware, with an emphasis placed on software, are also included in this forum. Personal Information Managers (PIMs), Connectivity (communications), Utilities, Shells and "Front Ends", Graphics (formats, design packages) , Object-oriented Software, Optical Character Recognition (OCR), Programming Language Environments, Multimedia products

The IBM 9076 SP1 PowerParallel System

SP1-L

Addresses

  • SP1-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU (listserv)
  • Harold Pritchett [HAROLD@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU] (owner)

Description

The SP1-L list was created to discuss the new IBM Scalable POWERParallel 9076 SP1 system. Related topics might include the SP1 hardware, software, system management, application programming, conversion of programs running on other system to the SP1, etc. Please note that another list, LL-L@UGA exists for the discussion of the LoadLeveler job scheduler for the SP1 and other UNIX platforms.

Server-Requester Discussion List

SRVREQ-L

Addresses

  • SRVREQ-L@MIAMIU.MUOHIO.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@MIAMIU.MUOHIO.EDU (listserv)
  • Manjit Trehan [ITMS400@MIAMIU.MUOHIO.EDU] (owner)

Description

A new list has been created to host discussions regarding LAN servers and requesters (workstations), including though not limited to, OS/2 LAN Server, OS/2 LAN Requester, DOS LAN Requester, PC LAN Program, Novell Netware. The initial intent for this list is to provide a forum for discussions related to network programming, installation and configuration of various servers, requesters, and related programs and the underlying protocols-- LAN Support Program, NETBIOS.

Think C

think-c

Addresses

  • think-c@ics.uci.edu (list)
  • think-c-request@ics.uci.edu (listserv)
  • Mark Nagel (owner)

Description

This list exists to discuss the Think C compiler for the Macintosh. Acceptable topics include discussion of compiler problems and solutions/workarounds, discussion of object-oriented programming and Macintosh programming, and the sharing of source code. Associated with this list is an archive stored on ics.uci.edu accessible via ftp and a mail archive server (archive-server@ics.uci.edu). Submissions to the archive should go to think-c-request.

TinyMUSH

tinymush-programmers

Addresses

  • tinymush-programmers@cygnus.com (list)
  • tinymush-programmers-request@cygnus.com (listserv)

Description

Discussion devoted to the programming language integral to the TinyMUSH subfamily of mud servers. (See the rec.games.mud FAQ for more general information about muds).

TSO REXX Discussion List

TSO-REXX

Addresses

  • TSO-REXX@UCF1VM.CC.UCF.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@UCF1VM.CC.UCF.EDU (listserv)

Description

In addition to REXXLIST, the existing VM/SP REXX discussion list, 3 other lists exist to discuss the REXX programming language. They are AREXX-L (for Amiga REXX users), TSO-REXX (for TSO), and PC-REXX (for Personal REXX) users.

Concurrent C

C

Addresses

  • uunet!xurilka!info-ccc (list)
  • uunet!xurilka!info-ccc-request (listserv)
  • Luigi Perrotta (owner)

Description

The info-ccc mailing list will be devoted to the Concurrent C and Concurrent C++ programming languages. However, discussions can be anything relevant to concurrent programming.

Video Network Discussion List

VIDNET-L

Addresses

  • VIDNET-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU (listserv)

Description

VIDNET-L (Video Network Discussion List) was formed for the discussion of mutual problems and concerns which face all who are involved in the operation of a campus-wide video network. This includes any configuration which may be found in a campus environment-creation, operation, maintenance, programming, teleconferencing, rate structure, videotext are some of the topics expected to be discussed.

Visual Programming Languages

VPLLIST

Addresses

  • VPLLIST@SUSHI.STANFORD.EDU (list)
  • VPLLIST-REQUEST@SUSHI.STANFORD.EDU (listserv)
  • Marvin M. Zauderer [ZAUDERER@SUSHI.STANFORD.EDU] (owner)

Description

Discussions related to the study, design, development, implementation, and evaluation of visual programming languages (VPLs). This includes attempts to characterize and define VPLs, material on existing and planned VPLs and visual programming systems, and material on graphical user interfaces, visual thinking, visual knowledge representation, and program visualization.

WEOS Programming Highlights & Local Events L

WEOS-L

Addresses

  • WEOS-L@SUVM.SYR.EDU (list)
  • LISTSERV@SUVM.SYR.EDU (listserv)

Issues related to X-windows protocol

XWIN-L

Addresses

  • XWIN-L@VM3090.EGE.EDU.TR (list)
  • LISTSERV@TREARN.bitnet (listserv)
  • Turgut Kalfaoglu [TURGUT@EARNCC.EARN.NET] (owner)

Description

X-Windows Protocol, including using Xwindows and programming.

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