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On Jan 3, 2009, at 1:51 PM, Antoine Pitrou wrote:
Barry Warsaw <barry <at> python.org> writes: >
Although it doesn't help Victor specifically, anyone with svn commit privileges also has permission to push Bazaar (and I think Mercurial) branches back to code.python.org.
Actually the Mercurial repositories are read-only. We would need some
server-side support (a script or something) to allow people to
create separate repos or branches.
That /should/ be fairly easy to do I think. There's a script that
Martin runs to give new people svn write access. At Pycon I hacked
that to basically write out the ~bzr/.ssh/authorized_keys file. We'd
have to set up a ~hg user and then hack the script once more. I don't
have time to do that right now unfortunately, but maybe one of the
pydotorg'ers could give it a shot.
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