This project is developed entirely in the open, on public mailing lists and with public code reviews. To participate in development discussions, please subscribe to the automotive-eg-rvi and GENIVI Projects mailing lists. Development is planned and issues are tracked in the GENIVI SOTA JIRA.
We don’t want to settle for just making sure RVI SOTA is a great piece of software; we want it to be something that people are interesting in using, understanding, and contributing to. To that end, we strive to make these docs as clear, up-to-date, and comprehensive as possible. So if there’s anything you’re having trouble with, please don’t hesitate to engage with us on the automotive-eg-rvi or GENIVI Projects mailing list. Or if you want to contribute to the documentation directly, you’ll find the sources for the documentation site in rvi_sota_server/docs. The docs are written in Asciidoc format (syntax reference here, but if you’re familiar with Markdown you’ll feel right at home), and rendered using Jekyll and Asciidoctor.