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Bugs reports are also kept on Trac. If you are looking to submit a bug report, please head on over.
You can browse the source here, but you probably want to check out WordPress using Subversion.
If you have encountered a security issue that isn't addressed in a released version of WordPress, please contact security at wordpress.org with detailed information.
There are many ways to contribute to WordPress. If you want to get started quickly, test a patch, or grab a bug and see if you can reproduce the problem it describes. Don't miss the test automation tools.
If you have an idea for a feature, but not the ability to code it yourself, share your idea at WordPress Ideas.
The Life of a Ticket
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If you then add your user name to the cc on a ticket you will be notified of changes on the ticket.
How to Submit Patches
Referring to other Tracs
Sometimes you want to refer to the trac install for another of the projects in the WordPress.org family. This can be done using InterTrac references. This trac is currently configured to support the following:
These references can be used in Tickets, Changesets etc.
For numbers regarding open tickets depending on status, type, component, keywords, and milestones, see the Statistics? page.