This article is from the Go FAQ, by Morten PAHLE firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
There are several mailing lists set up which discuss Go or subjects
related to it.
A mailing list works such that, once subscribed, you will receive a
copy of all mail which is 'sent to the list'. You can then 'answer to
the list', and all the other subscribers will see your answer.
In general, many countries have a mailing list which is run by or
through the national Go organisation. In this case they can be found
through the national Go organisation's pages, which are listed in
Other lists are more international, and I've tried to include them
Please let me know if you know of any which ought to be included here.
The listed URL will lead to a page which has more information on list
topics, how to join etc.
Discusses games move by move. Players are at all levels, from 30k to
Discusses co-ordination of Go web pages. If you want to create or
already have a go web site, please join!
Discusses the Smart Game Format.
Rules of Go
More information on these 4 can be found on the BGA pages at