-ILISP is a GNU Emacs package for controlling an inferior process
-running a lisp dialect. You can get ILISP at
+ILISP is a GNU Emacs package for controlling an inferior process running a
+Lisp dialect. You can get ILISP at:
-ILISP is currently being maintained by Marco Antoniotti
-<email@example.com> and Rick Campbell <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
+The project site, which provides access to the CVS source tree, bug
+database, mailing lists and other resources, is hosted at SourceForge:
-There is an ILISP mailing list managed by `majordomo'.
-Please address all list administration messages, such as requests to
-subscribe or unsubscribe, to:
- <email@example.com> ILISP Administrivia
+ILISP is currently being maintained by Paolo Amoroso <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
+Marco Antoniotti <email@example.com>, Martin Atzmueller
+<firstname.lastname@example.org>, Craig Brozefsky <email@example.com>,
+William Deakin <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Matthias Koeppe
To send a message to everyone on the list , a ddress it to:
+ list a:
- <email@example.com> ILISP Discussion
+ ilisp-announce : Subscribe to this list if you want to receive public
+ announcements regarding ILISP.
+ ilisp-devel : This is the list for people who want to be actively
+ involved in the development of ILISP.
+ ilisp-help : This is the list for asking usage questions regarding
+ ilisp-cvs : Subscribe to this list *only* if you want to monitor the
+ CVS repository activity.
-The list has had a very low volume lately, so you may not see messages
-for a while after subscribing.
+You can subscribe to the lists and access the archives via the general
-Please note that there is no "bug" list like firstname.lastname@example.org.
-The primary list serves the purpose of a general bug fix and
+You may send bug reports, questions, suggestions, etc. to ilisp-help or