Thank you for your interest in
spdx-tools. The project is open-source software, and bug reports, suggestions, and most especially patches are welcome.
spdx-tools has a project page on GitHub where you can create an issue to report a bug, make a suggestion, or propose a substantial change or improvement that you might like to make. You may also wish to contact the SPDX working group technical team through its mailing list, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to work on a fix for any issue, please assign the issue to yourself prior to creating a patch.
The source code for
spdx-tools is hosted on github.com/spdx/tools. Please review open pull requests and active branches before committing time to a substantial revision. Work along similar lines may already be in progress.
To submit a patch via GitHub, fork the repository, create a topic branch from
master for your work, and send a pull request when ready. If you would prefer to send a patch or grant access to pull from your own Git repository, please contact the project's contributors by e-mail.
To contribute an implementation of a feature defined by a version of the SPDX specification later than the one supported by the current SPDX Tools release, clone the branch
spec/X.X, where X.X is the major.minor version of the targeted specification (e.g. "3.0").
Once implemented, submit a pull request with
spec/X.X branch as the parent branch.
However you choose to contribute, please confirm in a comment to your pull request or by e-mail that you license your contributions under the terms of the Apache License, Version 2.0.