Keeping in Touch
Before posting to any mailing list make sure that you have checked our page on how to ask questions about WebKit.
There are a number of mailing lists for WebKit related topics. Archives for all the lists as well as information on joining them are available on the individual list page. There is also a gmane archive for some of the following mailing lists.
- webkit-help is for requests for help related to WebKit. It is the main mailing
list. Most of the questions will go to this mailing list. Usual topics include:
- how to build WebKit
- how to use WebKit’s APIs
- how to embed WebKit
- how to port WebKit
- webkit-efl is for WebKitEFL discussions.
- webkit-gtk is for WebKitGTK+ discussions.
- webkit-qt is for QtWebKit discussions.
- webkit-jobs is for WebKit-related jobs.
- webkit-dev is for discussion of the WebKit project’s development. If you do not intend to contribute patches to WebKit, you should direct your questions to webkit-help.
- webkit-reviews is a list for notification of review requests. Bugzilla automatically notifies this list of all patches awaiting review.
- New repository commit information is automatically sent to the webkit-changes mailing list.
- New bugs are assigned to the webkit-unassigned mailing list by default, which is notified of the new bugs, as well as their updates and changes.
- If you would like to discuss development of applications using WebKit on OS X, the right list is one hosted on an Apple list server: webkitsdk-dev.
Other useful info
Want to know more about what we’re up to? Check out our trac where you can browse the source and see our changes.
Another way to see the current state of things is our build bot. This build system helps us identify build and test case failures fast, and as such is invaluable to us.