Developers wishing to contribute to and extend Resource Central software have these additional resources:
- public forums - Quest's TechCenter is the principal place to discuss development of Resource Central software.
- announce mailing list - The 'announce' mailing list is a low-volume, read-only mailing list reserved for major release and security announcements.
- public bug tracking - our bug tracker is where faults and enhancements to Resource Central are kept, and where support and customers can log problems or enhancement requests. Sensitive information in bugs can be marked private: that is, the bug entry will be visible to Quest Software employees only.
- public source code control -
All software on Resource Central is managed using subversion and git.
You can browse sources and revisions,
or check out copies of previous releases or the latest development
The Resource Central subversion repositories are usually located under
and can be checked out using subversion's svn tool, e.g.
$ svn co http://rc.quest.com/svn/repos/DB2_sys-auth/trunkThe Resource Central git repositories are usually located under git://github.com/quest-oss/ and can be cloned using the git tool, e.g.
$ git clone git://github.com/quest-oss/mod_auth_vas.git
Bugs entered in bugsrc are assigned priorities by Resource Central staff according to the following meanings:
- P1 - Critical
- A customer escalation or a secuirty bug
that interrupts all current items.
The customer's name should appear in the summary line as
[customer]. A Quest Support 'CaseID' must be associated with this bug. Fixes can warrant a new and immediate release. No-one should be assigned more than one P1.
- P2 - Escalated
- An escalation from a significant prospective customer.
A Quest Support 'CaseID' must be associated with this bug, or
a Quest sales representative must endorse it.
The prospective customer's name should appear in the summary line as
[prospect]. Fixes can warrant a new release. We may delay such release for a couple of days to accommodate other P2 fixes.
- P3 - Next release
- Bugs that must be fixed for the next scheduled release.
- P4 - Next release, slippable
- Bugs that may be fixed for the next scheduled release.
- P5 - Unscheduled
- Placeholder for bugs that we're not fixing yet. P5 bugs that remain unfixed for several months may be closed as WONTFIX.