Please can you grant me svn commit access to the meta.svn repo. I was trying to fix an issue on apps.wordpress.org with shortcode rendering of the install buttons and found I don’t have the required access now these have all been moved to meta.svn.
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Howdy! wordpress.ch currently redirects to wordpress.org. It would make more sense to redirect it to de-ch.wordpress.org. Can you please make that happen? /cc @petya
Could you please switch it to the w.org certificate, so that the redirect to wordpress.org happens correctly?
Could we please remove the `X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN` header from all URLs ending with `/embed/`?
This is preventing the oEmbed plugin from working. For example, see
Hi! If possible, could we please get a binary of wkhtmltopdf on the WordCamp.org server? We’re going to use it to generate PDF-invitations to WordCamp speakers and attendees.
Requesting two sandboxes (cleared with Matt):
- @drewapicture: public key to be attached.
- @kraftbj: should have a public key at Automattic under the same username.
Additionally, @drewapicture will need SVN commit to the meta repository.
She’s gone through the security checklist; could someone please set her up? After that’s ready I can help her configure her laptop.
Jenny, please post your public key in the comments.
Originally reported in #meta-1132.
There is currently no auto-redirect to HTTPS for our local sites like https://de.wordpress.org/. It had worked for a short time because of a change in WP (#27954) to
redirect_canonical()but it got reverted later (#29708). In a chat with @nacin he proposed that this should be handled on our LBs.
We currently have ~145 local sites. Adding all subdomains to a redirect rule isn’t something we want I think. Can we force all subdomains to be HTTPS? AFAIK only api.w.org and planet.w.org would be an exception.
Can I please have commit access granted to buddypress.svn.wordpress.org for the username “mercime″?
She will be focusing on BuddyPress’s verbiage, grammar, tone, and general styling & bug hunting, and will be a permanent committer for all releases going forward in a similar capacity.
We’ve had the talk about responsibilities, expectations, and security of commit access. She has been a huge part of BuddyPress for a very long while, and the entire core team is excited for her to be on board.
Matt would like to use 2015.us.wordcamp.org, which isn’t covered by the wildcard cart. Could you please setup an individual cert for it?