Blue Linux is developed through distributed development all around
the world. Therefore e-mail is a preferred way to discuss various items.
Much of the the conversation between Blue Linux developers and users is managed
through several mailing lists.
There are several publicly available mailing lists. For more information,
see Blue Linux mailing lists page.
There are many other Linux mailing lists, which are not Blue Linux-specific.
Please refer to
Reaching Package Maintainers
There are two ways of reaching package maintainers. If you need to
contact the maintainer because of a bug, simply file a bug report (see the
Bug Tracking System section below). The maintainer will get a copy of the
If you simply want to communicate with the maintainer, then you can use
the special mail aliases set up for each package. Any mail sent to
<package name>@packages.bluelinux.org (under construction) will be forwarded to the
maintainer responsible for that package.
The Bug Tracking System
The Blue Linux distribution has a bug tracking system which
details bugs reported by users and developers. Each bug is given a
number, and is kept on file until it is marked as having been dealt
Information on submitting bugs, viewing the currently active bugs, and
the bug tracking system in general can be found at the
bug tracking system web pages.
Currently there are no Blue Linux Consultants.
On-line Real Time Help Using IRC
Currently IRC is not running on our machines
Other support resources
More as they come around.