Difference between revisions of "Accounts"

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Accounts at resiprocate.org are required for editing the wiki and submitting changes to the Subversion repository.  A prior expectation to having an account is to be active in the development forums, so discussions there will be the best way to come into the community.  Start with suggestions and patches, and consistency of contributions will be the best way to be invited to participate more directly.  For joining the lists, please see the [https://list.resiprocate.org/mailman/listinfo reSIProacte Mailman].
 
Accounts at resiprocate.org are required for editing the wiki and submitting changes to the Subversion repository.  A prior expectation to having an account is to be active in the development forums, so discussions there will be the best way to come into the community.  Start with suggestions and patches, and consistency of contributions will be the best way to be invited to participate more directly.  For joining the lists, please see the [https://list.resiprocate.org/mailman/listinfo reSIProacte Mailman].
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== Wiki ==
  
 
Once invited to participate, the existing committers can add the account to the wiki [https://www.resiprocate.org/Special:Userlogin&type=signup Signup] page.
 
Once invited to participate, the existing committers can add the account to the wiki [https://www.resiprocate.org/Special:Userlogin&type=signup Signup] page.
  
 
To complete the process, the new account will need to verify their e-mail address by following a URL mailed to the address.  After the confirmation the ability to edit the wiki is automatically granted.
 
To complete the process, the new account will need to verify their e-mail address by following a URL mailed to the address.  After the confirmation the ability to edit the wiki is automatically granted.
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== Subversion ==
  
 
For subversion commit access, an administrator will be required to add the account to the group associated with the appropriate repository.
 
For subversion commit access, an administrator will be required to add the account to the group associated with the appropriate repository.

Revision as of 15:16, 25 June 2007

Accounts at resiprocate.org are required for editing the wiki and submitting changes to the Subversion repository. A prior expectation to having an account is to be active in the development forums, so discussions there will be the best way to come into the community. Start with suggestions and patches, and consistency of contributions will be the best way to be invited to participate more directly. For joining the lists, please see the reSIProacte Mailman.

Wiki

Once invited to participate, the existing committers can add the account to the wiki Signup page.

To complete the process, the new account will need to verify their e-mail address by following a URL mailed to the address. After the confirmation the ability to edit the wiki is automatically granted.

Subversion

For subversion commit access, an administrator will be required to add the account to the group associated with the appropriate repository.