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JoonaKannisto Would Like to Check-in

Who am I?

Hi, I'm a student specialising in the fields of networking and information security. I have developed a TWiki plugin (http://twiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Plugins/ReputationPlugin) as part of my studies and developed it further on a project which consentrates in research of reputation management.

What do I want?

write access to SVN for the following branches:

twikiplugins

What can I do?

I know a bit of perl and the TWiki API. Haven't touched the TWiki internals much.

Why do I want to do it?

I would like to maintain the plugin I developed in subversion, since it seems to be easier for all the parties concerned.

Other Notes

Topics I have contributed to

Topic Last Modified Sorted descending Last Editor
Codev.WebNotify 2016-05-02 - 03:30 PeterThoeny
Codev.GettingInvolved 2016-04-19 - 18:01 PeterThoeny
Plugins.WebNotify 2016-04-06 - 06:27 GarySprague
Codev.DevelopersNews 2015-11-30 - 07:49 PeterThoeny
Plugins.ReputationPlugin 2013-10-16 - 00:31 PeterThoeny
Plugins.CommentPluginDev 2013-04-25 - 07:50 MichaelGulitz
Codev.JoonaKannistoWouldLikeToCheckIn 2010-12-01 - 02:18 SopanShewale
Plugins.ReputationPluginDev 2010-12-01 - 07:47 JoonaKannisto

Questions and Comments

Thank you Joona for contributing to the open source TWiki project! I fully support your request to get SVN access for extensions. Stay tuned.

-- PeterThoeny - 2010-11-30

Joona - welcome to the community, i have provided you an write access to the Plugins repository.

-- SopanShewale - 2010-12-01


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