[Python-Dev] Admin access using svn+ssh

Barry Warsaw barry at python.org
Mon Aug 22 18:41:11 CEST 2005

On Mon, 2005-08-22 at 12:16, "Martin v. Löwis" wrote:
> Barry Warsaw wrote:
> > I think technically, the answer to that is "yes", you will automatically
> > get access to the source repo.
> At the moment, the answer actually is "no". For the projects repository,
> there is no group write permission - you must be pythondev in order to
> write.

Good!  I think that's a feature. :)  I have a vague discomfort with
allowing both types of access.  I.e. I'd rather all source committers
use the same mechanism.

> > 2) when we finally get email
> > notifications worked in, will it still look like your commit is coming
> > from the right place.
> Not sure what "the right place" would be: pythondev at python.org?
> I think the email could look any way we want it to look.

I think it should be <username>@python.org where <username> is the
firstname.lastname (with some exceptions) scheme that we've agreed on. 
I actually /don't/ want all commits to look like they're coming from
pythondev at python.org

> > and to support different certs for svn.python.org and
> > (eventually) www.python.org.
> Ah. I think anonymous read access should be on port 80.

Maybe we want to put websvn (or whatever it's called these days) on port
80 of svn.python.org?


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