My SourceForge.net contributions are recorded here: https://www.ohloh.net/accounts/marclaporte/positions
With the same SourceForge username, I made a commit here: https://www.ohloh.net/p/jcapture_applet/commits
Shouldn't this project automagically appear in my list?
Only a thought but the commit in this project shows 0 lines of code credited to you for this project. Possible we missed something but I'm not sure that a commit without changing "code" may not be seen?
Fair enough. But please see Jonny Bradley here: https://www.ohloh.net/p/jcapture_applet/contributors
The same username for 2 projects on SourceForge (Tiki in the traditional infrastructure, and jCapture applet in the new Allura platform): http://sourceforge.net/users/jonnybradley
Please see: https://www.ohloh.net/accounts/jonnybradley
Yet, if we search, we see: https://www.ohloh.net/people?sort=relevance&q=jonnybradley
"This is an unclaimed committer ID for project jquery.sheet." -> This makes sense because it's on another forge and you can't know for sure it's the same developer.
"This is an unclaimed committer ID for project jCapture applet." -> For this one, since it's on a forge that already has that username associated, it should not be necessary for him to claim it.
Could it be that user "JonnyBradley" on Allura is not matched up with the same user on Alexandria?
I'm in way over my head here. I'll try to get someone who knows the system inside and out to discuss this intelligently. Stand by while I troll...
I recently made a commit to jgraduate: https://www.ohloh.net/p/jgraduate/contributors/1545984216146788
This is using my same account as SVG-edit: https://www.ohloh.net/p/svg-edit/contributors/1396500026361250
Thus, it should appear here: https://www.ohloh.net/accounts/marclaporte without me needing to claim it again.
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