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Mailing Lists

There are several mailing lists available for PmWiki.

[ pmwiki-users ]
This is a great resource where a very helpful group of people will answer questions and discuss PmWiki development. Traffic is around 20-40 messages a day (on slow days :). Archives are available from:
searchable at

Hint: If you ask a question on the list and it doesn't get answered, don't feel let down. Just ask it again. It probably slipped unnoticed.

Note: You can change your settings for the mail list by logging in at the bottom of http://pmichaud.com/mailman/listinfo/pmwiki-users.

[ pmwiki-announce ]
Announcements of new version releases. The archive is at:

[ pmwiki-users-de ]
A mailing list for german-speaking users of PmWiki. Archived at

Suggestions:

  • if you reply to a digest message, please remove the messages irrelevant to your reply before sending it back to the list.
  • if you address a reply to a single list member, please take the [pmwiki-users] off the subject line, or it's possible for your message to get lost in the mailing list traffic. Many people filter list traffic to a separate mailbox.

Newsgroups (NNTP)

You may be interested, that the lists are also accessible as newsgroups.

The NNTP server is:

  • gmane.org

the groups are:

  • gmane.comp.web.wiki.pmwiki.user
  • ...pmwiki.announce
  • ...pmwiki.user.de

see also http://gmane.org

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PmWiki can't process your request

PmWiki needs to have a writable pmwiki.d/ directory before it can continue. You can create the directory manually by executing the following commands on your server:

    mkdir /home/project-web/pzip/htdocs/w/pmwiki.d
    chmod 777 /home/project-web/pzip/htdocs/w/pmwiki.d
Then, reload this page.

Or, for a slightly more secure installation, try executing
    chmod 2777 /home/project-web/pzip/htdocs/w
on your server and following this link. Afterwards you can restore the permissions to their current setting by executing
    chmod 755 /home/project-web/pzip/htdocs/w
.

We are sorry for any inconvenience.