Django documentation

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Mailing lists

Important

Please report security issues only to security@djangoproject.com. This is a private list only open to long-time, highly trusted Django developers, and its archives are not public. For further details, please see our security policies.

Django has several official mailing lists on Google Groups that are open to anyone.

django-users

This is the right place if you are looking to ask any question regarding the installation, usage, or debugging of Django.

Note

If it’s the first time you send an email to this list, your email must be accepted first so don’t worry if your message does not appear instantly.

django-core-mentorship

The Django Core Development Mentorship list is intended to provide a welcoming introductory environment for developers interested in contributing to core Django development.

django-developers

The discussion about the development of Django itself takes place here.

Note

Please make use of django-users mailing list if you want to ask for tech support, doing so in this list is inappropriate.

django-i18n

This is the place to discuss the internationalization and localization of Django’s components.

django-announce

A (very) low-traffic list for announcing new releases of Django and important bugfixes.

django-updates

All the ticket updates are mailed automatically to this list, which is tracked by developers and interested community members.

Questions/Feedback

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