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Re: Our SCM



On 6/19/07, Mike McGrath <mmcgrath redhat com> wrote:
Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
> Unless I totally misread Mike's initial post, this is not about the
> Packaging SCM but about what SCM we might want for our own projects.  In
> particular, the small projects of a few files each that don't make sense
> on hosted.
>
> Notificationis a high level goal that we would want.  But the rest of
> these goals are more specific to the packaging SCM.
>

Yep, basically I'm looking for a replacement for /cvs/fedora/.  It very
well may be cvs still but discussions around this stuff is always best.
I don't mind our current setup but it badly needs to be re-organized.
I'd also like finer acl's.  Right now there's over 70 people that have
access to everything in /cvs/fedora/

AFAIK, our needs are simple.

1) Modular ACL
2) email notification
3) Tagging
4) Anonymous read/check outs



5) Authenticated/authorized commit access. In the case that some
disgruntled person from say Black Gag Linux decides to figure out a
way to take down the Fedora build system because he got a bad RPM last
week.

6) Easily documentable. An SCM might be really cool and have a ton of
wizz-bangs but if it cant be documented and duplicated easily by a
third party.. it tends towards being a burden for systems
administration versus a boon.




--
Stephen J Smoogen. -- CSIRT/Linux System Administrator
How far that little candle throws his beams! So shines a good deed
in a naughty world. = Shakespeare. "The Merchant of Venice"


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