Disabling CVS write access for ddp/manuals on alioth on Wednesday - Debian

This is a discussion on Disabling CVS write access for ddp/manuals on alioth on Wednesday - Debian ; Since it is very unpopular and Adam's suggestion seems least impact and reasonable, I will change write permission of these files until further decisions are done. This change will happen after Wednesday. If there is enough people asking removal of ...

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  1. Disabling CVS write access for ddp/manuals on alioth on Wednesday

    Since it is very unpopular and Adam's suggestion seems least impact and
    reasonable, I will change write permission of these files until further
    decisions are done.

    This change will happen after Wednesday.

    If there is enough people asking removal of all files, I may do so
    later.

    Osamu

    PS: I need my translation team to use CVS ASAP.
    PSS: I will post to admin to revert my statement. It will be the same
    thing for me anyway. Even after cp -a from /home/oldgluck we still
    need to manually add CVSROOT there.


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  2. Re: Disabling CVS write access for ddp/manuals on alioth on Wednesday

    On Fri, Feb 06, 2004 at 01:08:22AM +0100, Osamu Aoki wrote:
    > Even after cp -a from /home/oldgluck we still
    > need to manually add CVSROOT there.

    This is incorrect.

    I should have said that we need to clean up passwd files.


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  3. Re: Disabling CVS write access for ddp/manuals on alioth on Wednesday

    On Fri, Feb 06, 2004 at 01:36:11AM +0100, Osamu Aoki wrote:
    > I should have said that we need to clean up passwd files.


    Since pserver access will not be enabled the passwd files are not really an
    issue. Either way, cleaning up is just 'mv'ing them over to passwd.old

    Regards

    Javi



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