Node.js Module and Framework Support Policies

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This article defines how node.js modules and frameworks are supported in Red Hat build of Node.js1 available via a subscription to Red Hat Runtimes.


Definitions:

Fully Supported:

Red Hat built the module or framework and has tested it on the documented supported platforms 2 using a comprehensive test suite that verifies the functionality. Any issues reported (bugs or feature requests) can and will be addressed by Red Hat.

Tested and Verified:

Red Hat does not have control over the source code for this module or framework and therefore does not fully support it. However, it has been tested by Red Hat on the documented supported platforms and has been found to be functional when used with the Red Hat versions of node.js as indicated. Typically this testing involves verifying that the sample code or applications provided by the developer of the module or framework will run and provide the expected output. Red Hat will provide commercially reasonable support for the module or framework but can not commit to fixing any bugs or make any feature enhancements.

Minimally Tested:

Red Hat has performed minimal/limited testing on a version of this module. There is no reason to believe that it would not work with our current node.js distribution, however, that may not have been validated. Red Hat will provide commercially reasonable support for the module or framework but can not commit to fixing any bugs or make any feature enhancements.

Targeted for Future Support:

Where noted, the module or framework is considered valuable to our customers and we plan to test and verify it at some point in the future. In some cases, but not all, the module or framework may then become productized by Red Hat and become Fully Supported.

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