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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''.
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Intro

The PanotoolsNG mailing list, the place to discuss PanoTools, panoramic imaging, and related technologies and techniques. If you're looking for information about Panorama Tools, front-ends such as PTGui, PTMac, hugin or PTAssembler, or companion apps such as Pano2VR, enfuse or enblend, this is a great first stop. Come on in and join us! The archive of the previous mailing list (proj-imim, Panotools and PanotoolsNG) can be found on https://www.panotools.org/mailarchive.php Mails from this list are added to the archive automatically.

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

Joining

You are welcome to join the list. To do so, go to https://groups.io/g/ptng and select "+ Apply For Membership In This Group".

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.

Mail

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

Web

  • 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.

Usenet