Matching MODX and Github Users

by Ryan Thrash

Published on June 6, 2014

There’s a huge push by the MODX Community to triage the Revo issues at Github. When we imported from Redmine, some users were mismatched. If you’re one of them, we’d like to fix that.

Getting the issues to Github was a pretty significant effort, but it didn’t go perfectly. Even my own issues show up as being created by the “modxbot”, our helpful little virtual team member. You can see the accelerating work happening at the MODX Github repo.

If you’ve opened an issue in our old bug tracker, and your MODX forum username is different than your one at Github, there is a chance it is mismatched at Github. If you don’t have a Github username, you can create one now and we’ll get that going, too.

Either way, let us know your Github and MODX user names, and we’ll get them sorted out.

While you’re at it, why not star the Revo repo?

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