It is still awaiting approval from an administrator (any minute now for the last 2 days) so you probably can't see it yet. It's a holiday weekend (Thanksgiving in the US) so I figure the admins are too busy to review it yet. But I wasn't sure if I needed to submit some files before I could be approved...?
I see that my SVN repository exists already, and I have tortoiseSVN and use it every day at work so I know what I'm doing there. I did a checkout to get started setting up my local sandbox, which is of course empty to begin with...
I added all my files (SVN->Add) and now I'm trying to commit my initial checkin of all my code. Here's where I run into a problem: SVN won't authorize me to commit. It asks for a username and password. I tried to enter my forum username rismisner and my password, but it won't accept that. It says username is not found. I tried with a blank password instead of my forum password, but that didn't work. I tried with a blank username, and that didn't work either.
In my project admin on WowAce, under Edit Repositories, I have the box checked for "is open = [X] Whether anyone at all can commit to your repository, even if they aren't an author. (Recommended)" so anyone should be able to commit... including me.
Under authors, it lists only me: rismisner
Does my project have to be approved before I can commit to SVN?