Please file issues through the Spinnaker GitHub issue tracker.
How to Become a Contributor
This is normally the place where we’d tell you about Contributor License Agreements and how you need to identify the right one and sign it before you are able to contribute code to Spinnaker.
We’ll probably end up doing something like this, but at the moment we’re exploring options that might make it easier for most of you to contribute. Please stay tuned…
In the meantime, if you’re really excited about contributing and don’t want to wait until we have all of this worked out, please reach out to us on Slack. We love accepting community patches!
For more details about the patch submission process, look at How to submit a patch.
How to run Spinnaker locally for development
Running Spinnaker locally on your machine is a great option for testing changes before submitting a pull request.
The environments page offers a guide for using Halyard to configure a local git repository consistent with a released version of Spinnaker. This can be a great option for developers looking to contribute to Spinnaker to make and test their changes before sending any code for review.