Yes. I've sent several emails to email@example.com regarding my password reset and Tony Stevenson asked me which password, Shell or Subversion to reset. Since I don't have password for both, I requested to have both passwords reset, but I've not received any password yet. Would you please help me with this issue.
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center
Kevan Miller ---09/09/2009 10:45:36 AM---On Sep 9, 2009, at 9:31 AM, David Wood wrote: > The changes are made by Xiping Wang and I and we are
Kevan Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
09/09/2009 10:45 AM
Re: bugs and extensions for analysis
On Sep 9, 2009, at 9:31 AM, David Wood wrote:
> The changes are made by Xiping Wang and I and we are both approved
> committers (although if you can help Xiping get his password reset
> would be great). They are not terribly extensive, but since they
> Imperius to allow us to bolt on our analysis, we thought we should
> out a message to the community.
For password reset, have Xiping send a note to email@example.com
requesting a password reset. Include his Apache login (xiping).
Since you both are committers and the changes aren't too big, I guess
I'm ok without a code grant (we're already in incubator). Include both
names in any commit messages (so that it's clear who the authors were).
In general, this is a very bad way to be doing community development.
Much better for your to be doing this work within the community,
rather than developing outside and dumping into the community.
I see little to no progress in the Imperius community. We still have
the old "tag" that's not a release in svn. Except for an email or two,
there's no movement to an Imperius release. It seems that the only
"development" has occurred outside of the community. Personally, I
have little hope for Imperius ever successfully graduating from the
I'd be happy to be proven wrong...