Hi, Chris,

Thanks for the ideas. Unfortunately, I'm not sure they'll work for me. While 
these solutions provide authorization by project, I need something that will 
provide authorization by environment. I need to give an arbitrary user `push` 
access to a project from DEV, but refuse that same access to the same user if 
he is approaching from TEST or PROD. Git doesn't appear to track connecting 
hosts. So, I seem to need two servers, with two levels of authorization.


> On Jan 6, 2016, at 12:45, Chris Stone <nightshade1...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Have you looking into using a dedicated server package such as gitosis or 
> gitolite? I know github also has a version of there software available as 
> well.


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