I don't think there is a way, but I've been wondering about that too.
It should be "simple enough" but hopefully the github folks have
something in the works to easily do that.
On Sep 4, 2008, at 11:45 AM, Sean Cribbs wrote:
I'm actually of half a mind to just make radiant's version a fork of
ntalbott's. Maybe I'll check into that.
Jim Gay wrote:
Great! Now just to convince users to fork that repo instead.
Rainer, sorry to hijack your thread. If you find that Nathaniel's
repo works for you, send him a note to push changes to the official
one... or perhaps he's reading this right now...
On Sep 4, 2008, at 11:37 AM, Sean Cribbs wrote:
I gave him access already.
Jim Gay wrote:
Is it possible then to hand over the keys to the radiant mailer
repo to ntalbott?
This network http://github.com/radiant/radiant-mailer-extension/network/members
and this network
show entirely different users.
I fear that this is a path to endless confusion for new users
down the road where the official version has some bug, but
unbeknownst to a new user, some other (non-github-forked) repo
has fixes and other features.
If most developers are using github, then we should encourage
only one tree for a particular repository. If someone wants to
fork it and host it on gitorious, well then that's a different
On Sep 4, 2008, at 10:37 AM, Sean Cribbs wrote:
I'm not sure. You might try upgrading to a newer version of
mailer. Try the one at http://github.com/ntalbott/radiant-mailer-extension
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