Discussions about SBML and related topics takes place over Google Groups, Stack Overflow, and some legacy mailing lists hosted on SourceForge.
General SBML-related forums
The Google Groups are where most questions are asked and the latest developments discussed. Please see the table below for more information about the different lists/groups available. Note: clicking on the links will take you away from SBML.org and to pages at Google.com. SBML.org is not affiliated with Google in any way.
|Google Group & archive
|Main list for SBML development and community interaction. Questions about libSBML or JSBML or should be posted to the forums below. Announcements related to SBML-compatible software are accepted, but no other advertisements are permitted.
|Technical discussions specifically about libSBML and its development, including requests for new features and questions about its operation.
|Technical discussions specifically about JSBML (a pure Java SBML library) and its development.
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Mailing lists for SBML Level 3 Package Working Groups
|Purpose of SBML Level 3 package
|Support for expressing arrays of things
|Hierarchical Model Composition
|A means for defining how a model is composed from other models
|Support for encoding models that sample values from statistical distributions
|Support for creating and destroying entities during a simulation
|Flux Balance Constraints
|Support for constraint-based (a.k.a. steady-state) models
|A means for grouping elements
|Support for storing the spatial topology of a network diagram; adjunct to the render package
|Multistate, Multicomponent and Multicompartment Species
|Support for representing entities with multiple states and composed of multiple components, and reaction rules involving them
|Support for models wherein species do not represent quantity of matter & processes are not reactions per se
|Support for defining the graphical symbols and glyphs used in a diagram of the model; adjunct to the layout package
|Support for describing processes that involve a spatial component, and describing the geometries involved