On Sat, 13 Aug 2005, Petr Baudis wrote:
> Oh. Sounds nice, are there plans to run this on kernel.org too? (So far,
> 90% of my GIT network activity happens with kernel.org; the rest is with
> my notebook, and I want to keep that ssh.)
Maybe. I don't know what the status of that is, but the plan was to at
least give it a try.
> BTW, is the pack protocol flexible enough to be extended to support
The _protocol_ could handle it, but you obviously need some kind of secure
authentication, and quite frankly, one of the selling points on git-daemon
right now is that it's all read-only and very simple and there should be
no security issues because it will never write anything at all.
So right now git-daemon only accepts requests from fetch-pack.
> > [ Hey. There's a deer outside my window eating our roses again. Cute ]
> Oh, it must be nice in Oregon. I can't imagine anything like that to
> happen in Czechia unless you live at a solitude or in some lonely tiny
Deer are really just oversized rats with horns (*). They're cute, though,
and it's kind of funny looking up from the screen and noticing one
munching on the roses just ten feet away.
(*) Did I mention that biology wasn't one of the things I did at Uni?
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