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How Can I Engage with the SSVC Community?

We welcome your feedback and contributions to SSVC. Here are some ways you can get involved:

  • Ask a question

    If you have a specific question for the SSVC team, please feel free to Ask a Question.

    Questions of more general interest to the community of SSVC users might fit better in the Q&A section of the Discussion area.

  • Report a problem

    If you find a problem with the SSVC documentation, the methodology, or accompanying code, we welcome your Bug Reports

  • Suggest an improvement

    Got an idea for how to make SSVC better? We'd love to hear it! Please submit your Feature Requests

  • Join the conversation

    More in-depth conversations that might not be actionable as issues are found in the Discussions area.

  • See what we're working on

    We manage the SSVC development effort via Github Issues and Pull Requests. Drop by and see what we're working on, or leave a comment to let us know what you're interested in.

  • Get more involved

    Want more information about engaging as a collaborator? Check out the SSVC Project Wiki

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The icons in the footer of each page also provide links to engage with the SSVC community.

Github Tips for New Contributors

If you are new to contributing to open source projects on Github, we've assembled some pointers to help you get started in the Github Tips for SSVC contributors

How to contribute

Thanks for your help on improving our stakeholder-specific vulnerability categorization work. To account for different stakeholder perspectives, we benefit from a diverse group of contributors.

Please see our project documentation in the wiki that accompanies this repository for more information on how you can contribute to the project.




If you have any questions, an issue or discussion is the best way to get in touch with us.