There are many SRFI mailing lists, including one for announcements, one for general discussion of the SRFI process, one for each SRFI, one to subscribe to all of the individual SRFI discussions, and several for discussing Scheme topics not directly related to SRFIs. Anyone can subscribe to any mailing list. Only subscribers can post. Spammers will be ejected.
There is a separate, unmoderated mailing list for discussion of each SRFI. All discussion of specific SRFI proposals should take place on these lists, as not all interested parties participate in other venues such as comp.lang.scheme and r/scheme.
To subscribe to the mailing list for a particular SRFI, visit that SRFI's page, e.g. the one for SRFI 0, and fill out the web form there. There is a form there for unsubscribing, too.
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Scheme Topics mailing lists are for discussing specific
subjects that we hope may lead to SRFIs and other cooperative
work, but which are currently not ready for specific proposals
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This is an unmoderated discussion of support for all kinds of machine-to-machine communications in Scheme, e.g. UDP/TCP/web sockets, distributed hash tables, and radio.
This is an unmoderated discussion of collecting, organizing, and serving indexes of Scheme code found in SRFIs, Scheme implementations, RnRS standards, etc.
This is an unmoderated discussion of persistent storage and serialization for Scheme implementations, including existing, new, and improved persistence libraries; interface protocols to support; SRFIs to write; etc.
This is an unmoderated discussion of web technology implemented in Scheme, e.g. web servers and web request handlers.