Need help with Pulp? Try these resources.
Pulp is always fixing bugs, make sure you’re running the latest version.
Look in the docs for an answer at docs.pulpproject.org.
Bug or Feature Request?
Think you’ve found a bug, file it.
You can also browse open issues to see if your bug or feature request has already been filed.
Found a Security Issue?
Security bugs should be emailed to email@example.com with your Pulp version, vulnerability description, and reproduction steps.
Pulp Community Forum
Our primary method of communication is Pulp Community Discourse.
Feel free to ask and answer questions, give feedback about your experience working with any aspect of Pulp. Introduce yourself, your project, what you’re hoping to achieve with Pulp. We would be delighted to hear from you and understand how Pulp is helping.
Chat to us
The Pulp community’s primary communication channel is Matrix.
We have corresponding Libera.Chat rooms for every Matrix room, so if you use IRC exclusively, you can find us there too.
Note that for everything to work well, please register your nick on Libera.Chat.
Contribute as a Developer
See the developers guide for how to contribute code fixes.
Follow the [discourse]((https://discourse.pulpproject.org/) for discussions about Pulp itself.
Plugin Developer Matrix Channels
If you’re interested in discussing the development of the following plugins, some discussions take place on the following IRC channels:
Open Floor - every Tuesday at 10:30 ET (either EST or EDT) in pulp-meeting on Matrix . It’s a time for developer discussion, feedback, and decisions on code/issues/PRs/process relating to pulpcore or plugins. To participate, put a topic on the agenda.
Bug Triage - every Tuesday immediately after Open Floor in pulp-meeting on Matrix . Come and participate in real-time.
Community Demo - While the livestreaming is on temporary hiatus, see new demo videos added on our YouTube channel. Pulp contributors demonstrate the latest changes to Pulp and its plugins.