Congratulations, it looks like the extension is ready for widespread adoption now. This looks like it will be a quite useful piece of functionality. It might also get added to a certain wiki-hosting solution sometime soon. :)

Unfortunately, no one on this list has the power to grant MediaWiki SVN accounts. As far as I know, there's only one person who can do that at the moment, and that's head MW developer Brion Vibber, at brion@wikimedia.org. You just have to send him the username you'd like to have, your SSH key on whatever server you'd like to check in code from, and your reason for wanting a developer account. Though I should note that he has an unfortunate tendency to take up to four months to create an SVN account - something to think about in planning a course of action, perhaps. (Or you could try including an "URGENT" in the email, and see if that helps.)

-Yaron


On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 1:18 PM, Steren <steren@creativecommons.org> wrote:
hello
I had the time to work on the Semantic Tasks internationalization.
It's done and you can check out the last version in the CC git
repository (git clone
git://code.creativecommons.org/SemanticTasks.git)

I think it is now ready to be moved to the MediaWiki SVN. As I said
earlier, the Creative Commons Tech team would like to keep an hand on
it. Is it possible to give a SVN account to Nathan Yergler
<nathan@creativecommons.org>, Asheesh Laroia
<asheesh@creativecommons.org> and Nathan Kinkade
<nkinkade@creativecommons.org> ?

Regards,
Steren

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