On Wed, 24 Aug 2016, Eric Wong wrote:
> Johannes Schindelin <johannes.schinde...@gmx.de> wrote:
> > Now, with somebody like me who would lose a lot when destroying trust,
> > it is highly unlikely. But it is possible that in between the hundreds
> > of sincere contributors a bad apple tries to sneak in bad stuff.
> Yes, I would never mix reviews + patch applications of emails vs
> git-fetched data.
Well, such a categorical statement seems to exclude all convenience I had
My idea was that, say, a web service running on a trusted server with a
trusted code base could send mails that would be trusted to contain
correct SHA-1 information, allowing for a review in the mail, but still
use the much, much more convenient Git tools to actually work on the code.
I really hope that not everybody is so categorically against introducing
much needed convenience.
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