If you would like to contact the me, the maintainer of WorkMan, then there are several ways. The easiest way is e-mail:
This is my primary e-mail address. It works through a forwarding service, so don't be surprised if sometimes some errors occur. If your mail is sent back to you, then simply resend it and it should arrive.
This section tells you about the WorkMan mailing lists.
Any of the lists can be subscribed by writing mail to
The body of the e-mail must contain one or more commands like
subscribe <listname> <real name>
for example, "subscribe workman-dev Dirk Foersterling". You will get more information about how to use listproc if you write him a mail with the word "help" in the message body. The following lists are available:
Subscribers to this list receive information about new WorkMan releases being available.
This list is intended to give WorkMan users a way to ask and answer questions about WorkMan. Subjects may be usage of workman, hints and tips how to compile workman, and other more general informations. This is some kind of WorkMan support channel.
The workman-dev list is offered for development specific discussion. My Idea is, that anyone who wants to send patches, sends them here, and anybody who wants to test them, listens here. Suggestions for stabilizing WorkMan and/or the patches should be made and discussed here. If I ever plan to announce beta releases, it would be done only here.