Linus Torvalds <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> On Thu, 7 Jul 2005, Eric W. Biederman wrote:
>> For optimizing network bandwidth that sounds like the way to go.  For
>> adhoc development I don't know.  For a central sever you still need
>> an authenticated way to push content, which makes it another dimension
>> of the problem.
> I'm convinced that "ssh" is the only sane way for pushing. If you don't 
> trust somebody enough to give him ssh access, you shouldn't trust him with 
> write access to your project in the first place.

Agreed, I brought that up only so I could dismiss it :)  

> So I don't worry about pushing. I think we've got that covered. It's 
> really the anonymous pulling that needs something.

So long as we remember there is a tradeoff between efficiency and
ease of setup for anonymous access and small projects.

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