The RDK source code is distributed across multiple source code repositories which are available in the RDKCentral Gerrit or in GitHub. For most of the repositories, ‘rdk-next’ is the tip of the development branch. Some specific repositories do use a development branch with a name corresponding to the month/quarter. For a stable version of the source code, users should be using a release branch ( please refer the Releases area below )
RDK follows a release schedule of quarterly releases for all flavours of RDK. All the Release notes along with instructions to get a release working on a reference platform are available on the respective release page. However, from 2023, RDK-V is expected to follow a yearly release schedule
If you are interested to get involved in the community by contributing , please refer to our "How to Contribute" guide, we will explore the different ways in which you can contribute to RDK and help shape the future of the platform.