Filing issues is a great way to contribute to the Fuchsia project. You can file an issue using Monorail, Google’s issue tracking tool for open source projects.
Note: You need a Google account to file an issue in Monorail.
Monorail issues are used to track and suggest the following types of changes:
For proposing code changes that would affect Fuchsia significantly, see Propose significant code changes.
As an open source contributor, you can file a issue with the following templates:
To file an issue in Fuchsia, do the following:
When you create an issue, include the following:
After you have filed an issue, a team of triagers will route your issue to the appropriate team. That team is responsible for prioritizing, assigning, and responding to your issue.
There are some instances where filing an issue would not be the best course of action. Here are a few examples of alternative courses of action: