Apereo Foundation staff will gladly help you with any questions or concerns. 

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For general questions, you can reach the staff at

The Apereo community is active on LinkedIn and Mastodon.

If you'd like to learn more about a specific project, please contact the project mail lists.

Apereo Mail Lists 

The Apereo community communicates primarily via our mailing lists. To post to a list, you have to be a list member. Most of our lists can be joined by sending an email to the relevant email address by adding "+subscribe" to the email address. To unsubscribe from a list send an email adding "+unsubscribe" to the email address. For example, to join the Apereo Open list one would send an email to . Lists marked ** require that you be added by request. 

Apereo AnnouncementsSend an email to:
Apereo Accessibility Groupaccessibility[at]
Licensing Discussionlicensing-discuss[at]
Open (discussion of Apereo, open source or openness generally)open[at]
Apereo Software Community and Community of Interest Lists
Apereo Europeeurope-discuss[at]
Apereo Teaching and Learningapereotl[at]
Apereo Portfolio Users Groupportfolio[at]
Bedework Developersbedework-dev[at]
Bedework Usersbedework-user[at]
CAS Announcementscas-announce[at]
CAS Securitycas-appsec-public[at]
CAS Developercas-dev[at]
CAS PMC**cas-pmc[at]
CAS User Communitycas-user[at]
ELMSLN Securityelmsln-security[at]
ELMSLN Developerselmsln-dev[at]
HAX Developerselmsln-hax[at]
WCFactory Developerselmsln-wcfactory[at]
ELMSLN Userselmsln-user[at]
Opencast security announcements (low frequency)security-notices[at]
Opencast community announcements (low frequency)announcements[at]
Opencast users listusers[at]
Opencast developers listdev[at]
Opencast's German speaking community listanwender[at]
Opencast Contact and Docs
Open Equella 
Open Equella Developmentequella-dev[at]
Open Equella Usersequella-users[at]
Karuta Developmentkaruta-dev[at]
Karuta Enquirieskaruta-enquiries[at]
Karuta Newskaruta-news[at]
LAP Userslap-user[at]
OAE Contact**oae-contact[at]
OpenDashboard Useropendashboard-user[at]
OpenLRS Usersopenlrs-user[at]
Sakai Project 
Sakai Users Groupsakai-user[at]
Sakai Developmentsakai-dev[at]
Sakai Documentationsakai-docs[at]
Sakai PMCsakai-pmc[at]
Sakai Productionsakai-production[at]
Sakai QA Testingsakai-qa[at]
Sakai Security Announcementssakai-security-annc[at]
Sakai Security**sakai-security[at]
Sakai - Spanishsakai-spanish[at]
Sakai Users Groupsakai-user[at]
Sakai UXsakai-ux[at]
Student Success Plan (archived) 
Student Success Plan User Communityssp-user[at]
Tsugi Developerstsugi-dev[at]
Tsugi Securitytsugi-security[at]
Tsugi Userstusgi-user[at]
uPortal Communityuportal-user[at]
uPortal Developersuportal-dev[at]
uPortal Steering Committee**uportal-steering-committee[at]
Xerte Mailing ListsIn addition to the forums at the xerte community website ( ), there are three Xerte mailing lists you might find useful. They are either Jiscmail or University of Nottingham listservs. Joining instructions are available on each page
Xerte GeneralList
The xerte mailing list is for all end users of the software. It has less traffic than it used to as a lot of people use the forums at now, but it is still active and questions will be answered.
The xerte-dev mailing list is the main channel of communication for the project's developer community. If you want to get involved in a successful open source project, this is a good place to start.
Xerte for Teachers
Xerte for Teachers is a non-technical mailing list for users of the software to discuss pedagogical and other non-technical issues relating to the use of, and best practice with the tools.