Community resources

Engaging with the community #

There are many ways to engage with the Redict community. Note that the Redict project has adopted the Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct.

Repository and issue tracker #

The Redict project is hosted on Codeberg. The code, documentation, and website have individual repositories with their own issue trackers.

No contributor license agreement (CLA) or contribution assignment agreement (CAA) is required for contributing to any part of the Redict project.

Chat #

The Redict project has two homes for chat with the community:

These channels are bridged to one another, so messages sent to one appear on the other.

Email #

The Redict project has a low-volume mailing list for important announcements:

~sircmpwn/ is used for publishing announcements of new releases.

Reporting security vulnerabilities #

If you discover a security issue, please send an email to ~sircmpwn/

Reporting Code of Conduct violations #

If you encounter questionable behavior that violates the project code of conduct, please send an email to ~sircmpwn/ Your comments will be kept in strict confidence.

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