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RE: ARIA Contributors GitHub Team

From: Matt King <a11ythinker@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2016 10:48:54 -0700
To: "'Michael Cooper'" <cooper@w3.org>, "'ARIA Editors'" <public-aria-editors@w3.org>
Message-ID: <00de01d1e378$26cdd7a0$746986e0$@Gmail.com>
Thank you Michael!!

-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Cooper [mailto:cooper@w3.org] 
Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2016 12:12 PM
To: ARIA Editors <public-aria-editors@w3.org>
Subject: ARIA Contributors GitHub Team

Following the decision in today's ARIA editors' meeting:


I have created a GitHub team that gives people read but not commit access to the ARIA and ARIA Practices repositories:


I populated it with everyone who currently has commit access to the ARIA repository.

I also made the following people Team Maintainers: Fred, Shane, JamesN, Joanie, Joseph, MattK, Michiel, Tzviya.

Team Maintainers can add people to this team. Just go to the team URI above and add their GitHub username in the "Add a person" input. If they haven't previously contributed to W3C repositories, the interface may tell you it's sent them an "invite" which they have to accept - or it may tell you you don't have privilege to do that (I don't know), in which case just ask me to add them. You can also remove people from the team, but there should be no need to do that, as the purpose is to be able to assign issues to people.

If you would like to be a Team Maintainer and I didn't add you, let me know.

After the repositories are split, members of this team will be able to be assigned issues in *any* of those repositories. Maintainers can add people as needed for their own repository, knowing this makes them available to be assigned issues in the other repositories as well.

Received on Thursday, 21 July 2016 17:49:25 UTC

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