If you’ve found a security issue, please do not submit a bug on our public bug tracker. Instead, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a clear description of the problem (preferably with a proof-of-concept). We will work with you to confirm the severity of the security issue, write and approve a patch, as well as send alerts to distributions.
Otherwise, please submit a descriptive bug report to our bug tracker. It is preferred if the bug is reproducible, and if you provide information on your local environment.
As with bugs, please submit a detailed feature request to our bug tracker. It is recommended that the request be phrased as a proposal, with details about the reason for the feature and how it would be implemented.
We use GitHub’s pull request system for reviewing and merging patches.
If your patch implements some significant functionality, or fixes a regression, please add appropriate unit or integration tests.
All patches submitted must undergo review by two maintainers of the project before being merged, so please be patient.
For more information, read the
CONTRIBUTING.md file in the root of the runC source code.