Report an Issue

The plugins site includes a “Report an Issue” link for each of the plugins. The linked page guides the user to provide a better classified issue and leads them to the correct path to privately report security issues.

Create a branch

In a local copy of your fork of the plugin repository create a git branch for your work with the command:

git checkout -b report-an-issue-link master

Add "Report an Issue" to README

Add a heading in the plugin documentation that links to the specific “Report an Issue” link provided by the site. Some plugins use GitHub issues. The link from the site is the correct link to use in that case as well.

For example, the link for the git plugin is, while the link for the elastic axis plugin is

diff --git a/ b/
index 41fad51..e4bc674 100644
--- a/
+++ b/

+## Report an Issue
+Please report issues and enhancements through the
+[Jenkins issue tracker](

Create a pull request

Commit that change:

git add
git commit -m "Report an Issue"

Push the change to GitHub:

git push origin --set-upstream report-an-issue-link
Total 0 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0), pack-reused 0
remote: Create a pull request for '{task-identifier}' on GitHub by visiting:
 * [new branch]      {task-identifier} -> {task-identifier}
Branch '{task-identifier}' tracking remote branch '{task-identifier}'.

Notice that the output of the command includes the URL, which can be used to open a pull request. Copy that URL in your web browser and submit a pull request.