Last updated September 23, 2013.

Once you have obtained basic Git access on Drupal.org, you can create a sandbox project as follows:

  1. Add a new project.
  2. Fill out the form. Make sure the sandbox check box is selected. (It will be force-checked if you have not yet received permission to promote your sandbox projects to full projects.)
  3. Click the Save button. Drupal creates and loads a page for your new project.
  4. Click the Version control tab near the top of the new project page for instructions on how to start committing code to your sandbox repository.

The project will appear in the My Projects page in your dashboard.

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There is any membership requirement to create sanbox project. because when i click on this link it show access denied page.

devavrat

You will need to have an account on drupal.org, but they are free and easy to set up at http://drupal.org/user/register

i'm registred but i get also the access denied :(

You will have to click the link for GIT access first. Had this trouble myself too.

I'm having trouble with this too..
I am registered on Drupal and I have followed the Git access link, chose my name and saved it.

But I still get access denied on the create project page?

I fixed it by unchecking the "agree to t&c's" checkbox on the git access section of my profile, saving and then re-checking it afterwards and saving again.

Fill out the form. Make sure the sandbox check box is selected. (It will be force-checked if you have not yet received permission to promote your sandbox projects to full projects.)

I can't seem to find the checkbox or option for Sandbox.

I can't seem to find the checkbox or option for Sandbox.

i had the same problem, but if you go through the create project steps (i chose Module), the resulting project is a sandbox project by default, which i assume would have to promoted later. perhaps this has to do with permissions, and as a new project creator we can only create sandbox projects, which is why there is no option. however, it is just a guess. hope this helps

peace

Working with a developer to develop and post a module on Drupal.org. I started to create the project page and realized I'm helping write documentation and he's doing the coding. Is it possible for two users to share access to a Sandbox module? I don't want to create a project just to test whether it is possible.

Thanks

I am very new to this process myself but I have found a page that looks like it will allow you to share access with your friend. There is a maintainers section will allows you to grant rights to users. Below is a copy from the page showing the different permissions.

Write to VCS
Allows a user to commit or push to the repository associated with this project.
Edit project
Allows a user to edit a project and modify its settings.
Administer maintainers
Allows a user to add and remove other project maintainers and to modify their permissions.
Maintain issues
Allows a user to assign issues to other issue maintainers for this project.