|The RedWarn team is currently in the process of renaming to Ultraviolet. Some documentation pages are still in the process of being written/transferred. Read the announcement here.|
Anyone can contribute to Ultraviolet through the project repositories on GitLab. Only a specific set of users, however, have access to internal development communications, and even fewer users are able to access backend systems which handle your data and the script's execution. Users who are able to access private channels, discuss the future plans of Ultraviolet, and plan for new features are part of the official Ultraviolet development team. These users follow a simple set of rules to avoid complete anarchy.
Prior to February 19, 2022, this team was simply referred to as the "RedWarn team", as it was (and still is) the team responsible for maintaining RedWarn. Since then, the team has taken on the name 10nm, the wavelength of ultraviolet light.
The team currently consists of eight members, three of which are able to access the Ultraviolet tool, which handles asset distribution to Ultraviolet users.
This contact information is presented here in case you would like to report confidential security issues to the team; however, you are encouraged to instead use the GitLab reporting email at redwarn.issuetoolforge.org. Do not report confidential issues to talk pages.
These are the members of the official Ultraviolet development team.
If you wish to be part of the Ultraviolet team, please see instructions on Wikipedia:Ultraviolet/Volunteer.