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jw0914 [Forum] Changed LEDE forum to OpenWrt forum
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 Due to the ongoing OpenWrt/​LEDE merger, there are two public web forums available. Due to the ongoing OpenWrt/​LEDE merger, there are two public web forums available.
  
-  * The [[https://​forum.lede-project.org|LEDE Forum]] provides a place for direct member-to-member conversations about Installing and running OpenWrt and LEDE; Requesting help with development questions; Discussing the documentation;​ and Publicizing community builds, new packages, and projects that use OpenWrt or LEDE. Forum members can follow the discussion via the web, or optionally through email. ​+  * The [[https://​forum.openwrt.org|OpenWrt ​Forum]] provides a place for direct member-to-member conversations about Installing and running OpenWrt and LEDE; Requesting help with development questions; Discussing the documentation;​ and Publicizing community builds, new packages, and projects that use OpenWrt or LEDE. Forum members can follow the discussion via the web, or optionally through email. ​
  
-  * The [[https://​forum.openwrt.org|traditional OpenWrt Forum]] hosts a large community of OpenWrt users and developers and provides a platform to discuss all OpenWrt related topics.+  * The [[https://​forum.archive.openwrt.org/|traditional OpenWrt Forum]] hosts a large community of OpenWrt users and developers and provides a platform to discuss all OpenWrt related topics.
  
 ===== Mailing Lists ===== ===== Mailing Lists =====
  
 Due to the merger of OpenWrt and LEDE, we're still in the process of consolidating the mailing lists. The LEDE development list and the LEDE administrative list have been moved to lists.openwrt.org while the bug and commit tracking lists still reside on the old LEDE domain. Due to the merger of OpenWrt and LEDE, we're still in the process of consolidating the mailing lists. The LEDE development list and the LEDE administrative list have been moved to lists.openwrt.org while the bug and commit tracking lists still reside on the old LEDE domain.
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   - [[https://​lists.openwrt.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​openwrt-devel|OpenWrt-Devel archives and info]] - Mailing list for submitting patches and general development related work.   - [[https://​lists.openwrt.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​openwrt-devel|OpenWrt-Devel archives and info]] - Mailing list for submitting patches and general development related work.
   - [[https://​lists.openwrt.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​openwrt-adm|OpenWrt-Admin archives and info]] - Mailing list for project administration.   - [[https://​lists.openwrt.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​openwrt-adm|OpenWrt-Admin archives and info]] - Mailing list for project administration.
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   - [[http://​lists.infradead.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​lede-bugs|LEDE-Bugs Archives and info]] - This list receives bug tracking notifications from Flyspray.   - [[http://​lists.infradead.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​lede-bugs|LEDE-Bugs Archives and info]] - This list receives bug tracking notifications from Flyspray.
   - [[http://​lists.infradead.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​lede-commits|LEDE-Commit Archives and info]] - This list tracks the commits to our ''​%%openwrt/​openwrt.git%%''​ and ''​%%web.git%%''​ repositories.   - [[http://​lists.infradead.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​lede-commits|LEDE-Commit Archives and info]] - This list tracks the commits to our ''​%%openwrt/​openwrt.git%%''​ and ''​%%web.git%%''​ repositories.
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 ===== IRC Channels ===== ===== IRC Channels =====
  
-The project provides ​IRC channels on [[https://​webchat.freenode.net/​|freenode]]:​+The project provides ​IRC channels on [[https://​webchat.freenode.net/​|freenode]]:​
  
-  - #lede-dev ​- a public channel for everyone to join and participate. +  - #openwrt ​- a public channel for everyone to join and participate. 
-  - #lede-adm - a moderated channel that anyone can join but only people with +v flag can write on.+  - #openwrt-devel - a public channel for **developers** to join and participate. 
 +  - #openwrt-adm - a moderated channel that anyone can join but only people with +v flag can write on.
  
 ===== Bug Tracker ===== ===== Bug Tracker =====
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