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Re: Don't put new packages through updates-testing



On 04.06.2007 15:34, Jesse Keating wrote:
> On Sunday 03 June 2007 12:01:37 David Woodhouse wrote:
>> No. I wanted to update my private branch of Evolution last week -- the
>> one I've been maintaining for years to make it actually usable for me.
>> My commit failed. How do I fix it?
> You ask mbarnes to update or remove the acls.  If we were using a distributed 
> SCM this wouldn't be a problem.  Someday... (soon)

Sorry to bother, but I'd like to understand this.

Wouldn't we even with a distributed SCM have a kind of "master repo" on
a central server [with backups ;-) ] somewhere? I would further assume
that for "important" packages only the maintainers and some other
important people can pull in changes into that master repo? Thus there
would be ACLs on "that master repo" as well?

Or am I missing something fundamental here?

/me is confused

Cu
thl


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