Community Issue Tracking

Christof Marti edited this page Dec 13, 2018 · 6 revisions

Welcome, and thank you for your interest in contributing to VS Code!

We have started to involve the most active members of the community in our issue tracking to better load-balance the work and allow for quicker feedback on new issues. The following are the guidelines and extra powers for our community trackers:

Check our "inbox" for new issues and see if any can be helped with:

  • If it needs more information, mark it as such with /needsMoreInfo and maybe explain what is missing:
  • If it is a duplicate of an existing issue, mark it as such with /duplicate #12345.
    • Optionally let the bot search for duplicates (if it hasn't done so already) with /findDuplicates.
  • If it is a bug you can reproduce, /confirm it and add any additional info that might help the dev team reproduce it.
  • If it is a bug you cannot reproduce, use /confirmationPending to label it and add any info that might help the author clarify the steps to reproduce.
  • If it is a question that is better asked on StackOverflow, use /question to label and close it as such.
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