All work in Avni happens through Github issues, so if you discover a problem in Avni, please add an issue in the relevant repository.
- If you know the repository the bug needs to be raised, please raise in that repository. Here is a list of repositories and the link to the issues section
|Web Application (other than Media Viewer)||github.com/avniproject/avni-webapp/issues|
|Android field app||github.com/avniproject/avni-client/issues|
- If the issue affects an end-user of the application, mark the label "user-reported".
- If you believe the issue is a bug, then add the label "bug"
- When reporting a product issue, try to help the developer understand how the issue can be replicated with minimum effort. For example, create a new organisation where you can isolate the issue to its bare minimum. Alternatively, provide steps to reproduce the issue in a clear manner. This helps save a lot of developer time, and cuts down the number of communication hops to understand the issue.
Once issues are reported, they get triaged and assigned a release. The list of releases and their expected go-live dates are available on the Roadmap. The [Avni Development Process](Avni Development Process)provides a peek into how issues get sorted and move through to be fixed in the product.
Updated 4 months ago