Linus Torvalds <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> (And you might also change tag contents occasionally. One reason might be
> a bug and you decide to re-tag something else. But a more common reason
> might be because you want to have tags like "latest" that don't actually
> update with development, but they update with some other event, like a
> release event or some automated test cycle completion or something like
> that. So tags aren't _immutable_ even from an expectation standpoint, 
> it's just that they tend to change _less_).

Could you include the person who generated the tag and the time the
tag was generated in the tag object?

For a tag like "latest" it would help quite a bit if you could actually
find out which was the latest version of it :)

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