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From Emmanuel Lécharny <>
Subject Fwd: Re: repository access and groovy apache project page
Date Wed, 22 Apr 2015 16:21:09 GMT
Moved to dev@groovy.i.a.o, there is nothing private in the mail.

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Le 22/04/15 18:09, Jochen Theodorou a écrit :
> Hi,
> today I was trying to make a commit and found out, that this is
> currently quite difficult to do. Using google I find
> which contains wrong
> information and is outdated. Am I right in assuming groovy has no
> project page yet? Is there mentor action required? Or who is
> responsible for that page?

You still have to decide hwat wll be the Groovy web site, before we move
it somewhere. Mentors can help, but this is the project decision.
> Using the github mirror I get the url
> git:// which is imho the ssh
> version. Since I have not gotten any hint about how where to upload my
> public key I cannot use that.

Bottom line, open the page, login using your id
and password, and set yoru SSH key at the end of the page. That should
do the trick.

> And since I cannot guess the https version from that, well, that means
> I cannot do a commit right now.

Once you have updated your info on, you should be set.

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