Thanks for taking the time to contribute to Start9! To make sure that your efforts are used effectively, please take the time to read over these guidelines.
Submitting an issue
We use GitHub issue tracking to manage problems and suggestions with Start9. If you’ve found a bug in Start9, this is where you should go. The only prerequisite for submiting a problem or suggestion is to create a free GitHub account. Creating a GitHub account is free and takes minutes.
The issues page can be found here:
Do not report the issue using GitHub You can use GitHub to submit bugs and error reports. Please note that if you found a security issue, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, including our PGP keys, refer to our page on where to disclose security issues and bugs.
Non-security related issues
- Please check if the issue has been already posted on the issues page
- Include the exact version of Start9 you are using
- Use a clear title and description
- Add steps on how to reproduce your issue
- Add the “bug” label
Submitting a suggestion
The easiest way to have your suggestion implemented into Start9 quickly is for you or someone else write code and create a pull request. However, you may also suggest ideas using GitHub issues tracking, although it may take much longer for a feature to be added. See “Writing Code.”
- Include a clear title and description of what you want in Start9
- Add concepts or mockups if needed
- Add the “suggestion” label
Please save us time by complying to our code guidelines.
Would you want to improve these guidelines? Please edit this guide with your proposed changes and submit a pull request.