elrond at samba.org
Tue Sep 26 18:10:53 GMT 2000
On Mon, Sep 25, 2000 at 04:24:42PM -0700, Jeremy Allison wrote:
> Karl Denninger wrote:
> > There is no harm in this. Further, he didn't have to be "offered"
> > anything, since Samba is publically CVSable. He could have told you to
> > piss up a rope and done it without you (see the multiple times it was
> > done with *BSD for examples)
> This was not a fork based on the public CVS code tree,
> this was a fork based on *secure* ssh access to the real
> CVS repository. Such a fork does require privillaged access
> to the CVS repository.
What Karl meant was:
Luke could have just used _read_ access to the current cvs
tree via anoncvs and check that tree into another
cvs-server and call it tng and work there.
He used "*secure* ssh access", because he put the "fork" on
the same cvs-server.
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