Not sure what the issue was, people successfully subscribe and unsubscribe all the time, but it might be worth noting that mail.python.org(http://mail.python.org) hosts both a mailman2 and a mailman3 instance, and the twisted list is only on the mailman3 one.
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Twisted 22.10.0 was released
It is available for download from PyPi
Release notes on GitHub
There are no changes since the first release candidate.
Many thanks to everyone who had a part in Twisted development,
the supporters of the Twisted Software Foundation,
the developers, and all the people testing and building great things
Right now, the Twisted legal rights are represented by Software
Freedom Conservancy https://sfconservancy.org/
In the last years they were eight too busy to help us.
This means that we were not able to move in any direction in relation
to raising any money.
I am writing this, to see if you know any options or any other
organization that would be willing to host the Twisted project legal /
On GitHub docs  I found the following alternatives
* Open Source Collective - 10% fee
* NumFOCUS - I don't know the fee
* Open Collective Europe - 6% fee
* Software Underground - I don't know the fee
SFC is also on the list.
Do you have any info about these projects.
Do you have suggestions for what we can do to find a reliable host for
our legal/financial representation?
Why am I trying this?
In the past, (I think that) we had some successful fellowships
programme in which a few developers were paid to do code review or
help with work that would benefit the whole project (ex migrating from
SVN to git)
That work was paid from donations.
In the last 2 years I (and others) tried to get in touch with SFC (our
current legal host)
but we were ignored and nothing was done.
This is why, my hope is that once we have a reliable financial host we
can continue the sponsorship work.
BTW. SFC emails are not answered since Sept 2021, and I did a few
follow ups after that,
last followup was on March 2022 when I gave up trying to communicate
with SFC over email.
Today I wrote a message over the https://chat.sfconservancy.org/ IRC
We will see what we can do...but I hope we can find a more reactive host.