The GMAT project maintains several methods of communication:
All of our mailing lists are public, and all interested users are invited to subscribe:
gmat-info: A low-volume (5/year) read-only list for release announcements and other important messages. Archives: SourceForge, Google, Nabble
gmat-users: A low-volume (5/year) list for end-user discussion and support. Archives: SourceForge, Google, Nabble
gmat-developers: A low-volume (1/month) list for developers and contributors. Archives: SourceForge, GMANE, Mail Archive, Nabble
gmat-buildtest: A medium-volume (2/day) read-only list for build and test results. Archives: SourceForge, Nabble
gmat-svn: A high-volume (10/day) read-only list for SVN commit messages. Archives: SourceForge, GMANE, Mail Archive, Nabble
The GMAT Forumis available for user discussion and support.
We run two blogs:
- The GMAT Blog features items of interest to end users, such as feature updates and release information.
- The GMAT Plugins and Extensions Blog features items of interest to developers, such as build instructions and development tips.
If you have a question that isn't appropriate for a public forum or list, you can contact the GMAT development team directly at the following address: