PVS Support

There are many forms of support for PVS: email, mailing lists, and an associated Google group.

PVS Issues

Use one of the following to report issues, make feature requests, or suggestions for improvement.

Google Groups

We have set up a PVS Google Groups, that can be used as a forum for discussions involving PVS, to ask for help, etc.

Mailing Lists

We maintain two mailing lists relating to PVS, pvs@csl.sri.com, and pvs-help@csl.sri.com. These are moderated to prevent spam, and are generally low volume. The lists use Mailman, the GNU Mailing List Manager.

It is recommended that users subscribe to the PVS mailing list, in order to find out about important announcements, including new versions of PVS, updated documentation, and related conferences.

pvs@csl.sri.com - archive: http://pvs.csl.sri.com/mail-archive/pvs/ This list is for the discussion of topics of general interest to all PVS users. This list is typically low-traffic, and contains items such as calls for papers, announcements of new PVS related papers, and notifications of new releases of PVS.

pvs-help@csl.sri.com - archive: http://pvs.csl.sri.com/mail-archive/pvs-help/ A moderated list for submitting questions or problems about any aspect of the use of PVS. Messages are distributed to anyone who is subscribed to this list. There are a group of experienced users already subscribed, including all the PVS developers. Note that you do not need to subscribe to ask a question, and you are under no obligation to answer questions if you do subscribe.

Subscribing and Unsubscribing To subscribe or unsubscribe to these lists, either visit http://lists.csl.sri.com/mailman/listinfo/, or send mail to the desired list with -subscribe or -unsubscribe appended (e.g., pvs-subscribe or pvs-help-subscribe, ). You must include a valid email address. After submitting your request, you will get mail asking for confirmation; just follow the instructions.