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The PanoTools Next Generation list is the most active and vibrant place on the Internet to discuss [[PanoTools]], panoramic imaging, and related technologies and techniques. If you're looking for information about PanoramaTools, front-ends such as [[PTGui]], [[hugin]], or PTAssembler, or companion apps such as [[Pano2QTVR]], this is a great first stop. Come on in and join us!
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== Intro ==
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The PanoTools Next Generation list (PanoToolsNG) is the most active and vibrant place on the Internet to discuss [[PanoTools]], panoramic imaging, and related technologies and techniques. If you're looking for information about PanoramaTools, front-ends such as [[PTGui]], [[hugin]], or PTAssembler, or companion apps such as [[enfuse]] or [[enblend]], this is a great first stop. Come on in and join us!
  
Please note that the usage of the PanoTools NG list - either as a member or a non-member - is subject to the [[User Guidelines]]
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== Guidelines ==
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Please note that the usage of the PanoTools NG list - either as a member or a non-member - is subject to the [[User Guidelines]]. '''Please read carefully'''
  
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== Joining ==
 
You are welcome to join the list. To do so, create your own free Yahoo groups ID at http://groups.yahoo.com/. Then surf to the [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PanoToolsNG/ PanoTools mailing-list homepage] and click the button ''Join this Group''.
 
You are welcome to join the list. To do so, create your own free Yahoo groups ID at http://groups.yahoo.com/. Then surf to the [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/PanoToolsNG/ PanoTools mailing-list homepage] and click the button ''Join this Group''.
  
The traffic volume is about 20 to 40 messages a day. You can choose to receive individual messages or a daily digest, you can use one of the approved [[Message Archives]] and you can even participate using a [[Panotools:Newsreader|NNTP usenet news reader]]
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== Reading ==
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The traffic volume of PanoToolsNG is about 20 to 40 messages a day. There are several ways to read the list. Note that you must be a [[#Joining|member]] in order to write to the list, no matter which way to read you use.
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=== Mail ===
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You can choose to receive individual messages or a daily digest as E-mail from Yahoo in various formats.
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=== Web ===
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* You can read and write on [http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/PanoToolsNG/messages Yahoo]
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* There are a couple of approved [[Message Archives]], some containing the predecessors of PanoToolsNG, too.
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* There is a nice customizable interface (including threaded view) on [http://panotoolsng.586017.n4.nabble.com/ Nabble] with read and write access.
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=== Usenet ===
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* You can participate using a [[Panotools:Newsreader|NNTP usenet news reader]] (write through newsreader mail function)<br>Hint: The list is not propagated to the "wild usenet", it's only available from news://news.panotools.org/local.panotools.main
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Latest revision as of 17:27, 11 January 2011

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[edit] Intro

The PanoTools Next Generation list (PanoToolsNG) is the most active and vibrant place on the Internet to discuss PanoTools, panoramic imaging, and related technologies and techniques. If you're looking for information about PanoramaTools, front-ends such as PTGui, hugin, or PTAssembler, or companion apps such as enfuse or enblend, this is a great first stop. Come on in and join us!

[edit] Guidelines

Please note that the usage of the PanoTools NG list - either as a member or a non-member - is subject to the User Guidelines. Please read carefully

[edit] Joining

You are welcome to join the list. To do so, create your own free Yahoo groups ID at http://groups.yahoo.com/. Then surf to the PanoTools mailing-list homepage and click the button Join this Group.

[edit] Reading

The traffic volume of PanoToolsNG is about 20 to 40 messages a day. There are several ways to read the list. Note that you must be a member in order to write to the list, no matter which way to read you use.

[edit] Mail

You can choose to receive individual messages or a daily digest as E-mail from Yahoo in various formats.

[edit] Web

  • You can read and write on Yahoo
  • There are a couple of approved Message Archives, some containing the predecessors of PanoToolsNG, too.
  • There is a nice customizable interface (including threaded view) on Nabble with read and write access.

[edit] Usenet

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