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From Jacob Kjome <h...@visi.com>
Subject Re: Vigilog listing as "Third-party extension"?
Date Tue, 03 Apr 2007 16:00:15 GMT
Quoting Curt Arnold <carnold@apache.org>:

> On Apr 3, 2007, at 12:47 AM, Jacob Kjome wrote:
> >
> > I would add this to the download.xml xdocs, but it seems as if my
> > commit rights have been, somehow, revoked.  I can log into
> > people.apache.org, but can't seem to check anything in to Log4j
> > using TortoiseSVN.  Any ideas?  BTW, at such point that I get my
> > commit access back, how do I update the website after I check in
> > download.xml?
> >
> > Jake
> >
> asf-authorization looks like you should have all the necessary karma
> for the SVN (both logging-log4j and logging-pmc).  Did you check out
> the code with an https: URL?  Did it accept your SVN password and
> then fail, if so did it give you any specific failure message?  Could
> you take a shot with a command line SVN client?

Thanks for verifying.  I can't do it from work, so I'll try it again tonight and
make sure I didn't do something dumb.

> If you want to submit a bug and attach a patch and note that you'd
> like someone else to push it out, I'll apply it and push it out to
> the servers.  If you want to do work through it yourself, feel free
> but you should still file a bug report.  The instructions at http://
> logging.apache.org/site/logging-site.html are a little bit dated (CVS
> instead of SVN), but I think they still outline the basic process.

It's not an emergency checkin, so I'll wait until I get my commit issue
resolved.  Hopefully it's just something stupid on my part and not a real

Thanks Curt!


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