Submissions on redmine.org¶
- Submissions on redmine.org
Submissions should be written in English.
Submitting a Bug¶
Before submitting a bug report here, please make sure:
- that you're using an appropriate Rails version (see RedmineInstall)
- that your database is up to date, especially if you've just migrated from a previous version or revision (see RedmineUpgrade)
- if your problem is related to svn (or any other scm), that the proper binaries are installed on your Redmine host (see RedmineRepositories)
When filling a bug report, please give the following information with the description of your problem:
- your database manager version (eg. PostgreSQL 8.2)
- your Ruby version (eg. Ruby 1.8.7)
- your Rails version (eg. Rails 2.3.11)
- your Redmine version (pick the version number in the Affected version field) and the exact revision (eg. r1142) if you're using repository code
- your scm binary version (eg. svn 1.4) if your problem is about scm integration
The simplest way to get information about your environment is to run the following command from within your Redmine installation:
Also, when reporting an application error, post the error stack trace that you should find in the log file (eg.
log/production.log). The message displayed by the application (eg. ...An error occurred on the page you were trying to access...) is useless here.
If the error you're reporting occurs when running a rake task (example:
rake db:migrate), rerun the task with the
--trace option (example:
rake db:migrate --trace) and post the full output.
Submitting a Security Vulnerability¶
If you think that you've found a security vulnerability, please report it by sending an email to:
security(at)redmine.org. Known vulnerabilities that were fixed in Redmine releases are listed on the Security Advisories.
Submitting a Feature Request¶
Before submitting a feature request here, please make sure:
- fill the subject as a sum up of your description
- fill the description as detailed as you can, don't hesitate to describe precisely how this feature should behave, try to add what benefits you're excepting from it
- please DON'T fill the target version field: let the developers decide when integrate
- please DON'T assign the feature request to anybody, let the developers deal with it
Submitting a Wiki improvement¶
When you edit a wiki page to improve its content, make sure that you fill the comment field with a descriptive summary of the changes you've made to the page. This way we'll be better able to "monitor" and "maintain" the quality of the actual wiki content.
Submitting a Patch¶
- Changes should be submitted as a single patch file. Instructions for creating a patch using svn can be found here.
- You should mention the branch/revision your patch is based on and attach it