The Relax-and-Recover project uses Github for source code management, issue tracking and this website.
The Relax-and-Recover project offers three mailinglists:
- rear-announce mailinglist used for release announcements
- rear-users mailinglist used for end-user support
- rear-devel mailinglist used for development discussions
The Github interface enables users to report issues or discuss improvements and new features through the issue-tracker at: http://github.com/rear/rear/issues
Once reported, one of the contributors can assign it to someone, classify it and attached it to a milestone release. Managing issues in this manner helps in collaborating, but also provides full transparency to users and contributors alike.
New releases are planned based on outstanding issues, new features and ongoing development. You can get an overview of the various milestones the project has defined and you can influence new releases by reporting issues and by contributing fixes at: https://github.com/rear/rear/issues/milestones
If you are interested in contributing to Relax-and-Recover, you can discuss your area of interest on the users mailinglist, or you can simply fork the project on Github, make the modifications and then do a pull-request.
This makes it easy for the project to discuss the changes through the pull-request, and when accepted to merge the pull-request into the project.
If your company requires integrating Relax-and-Recover into their DRP setup or is interested to sponsor certain development, this is possible by the following companies that offer development services:
The various contributors have invested a lot in the creation and support of Relax-and-Recover.