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Beginning Mac OS® X Programming by Drew McCormack, Michael Trent

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B.2. Mailing Lists

B.2.1. Apple Mailing Lists

http://lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo/

Apple runs mailing lists for a variety of programming topics, including Carbon, Cocoa, AppleScript, and other technologies. Apple engineers frequently contribute to these lists, so they are a good place to get detailed answers to your questions. You can find mailing list archives online at http://lists.apple.com/archives/.

B.2.2. Omni Mailing Lists

http://www.omnigroup.com/developer/mailinglists/

The Omni Group sponsors a few mailing lists for Mac OS X, including development lists for Cocoa and WebObjects, and a mailing list for Mac OS X administration. Archives are also available online.

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