OpenCRVS uses GitHub as its source of truth. The core team will be working directly there. All changes will be public from the beginning.
Reporting new issues
We use GitHub Issues for our public bugs. If you would like to report a problem, take a look around and see if someone already opened an issue about it, or chat with us on Gitter. If you are certain this is a new, unreported bug, you can submit a bug report.
Reporting security bugs
Make sure to include a detailed description of the bug. Open a bug report on Github following the guidance.
Proposing a change
Working on OpenCRVS code
Please review the contributing file, clone the repository and submit a pull request. The authors will review the code and merge it in if all is well. By contributing to the OpenCRVS code, you are conforming to the terms of the license.
Detailed installation instructions for setting up a development environment, or deploying OpenCRVS to a server cluster are outlined in the GitHub repo README.