On Mon, Oct 29, 2012 at 09:12:52AM +0100, Angelo Borsotti wrote:
> Hi,

> to let the owner of a remote repository (one on which git-push
> deposits objects) disallow
> others to change tags, a key on its config file could be used.
> An option on git-push, or environment variable, or key in config file
> of the repo from which git-push takes objects do not help in enforcing
> the policy not to update tags in the remote repo.

It think these are two separate issues:

1. Enforcing policy that the server should not accept changes in
existing tags. This can be easily done with hooks.

2. Perform operation: push my tag if and only if it doesn't overwrite
tag which already exists on the server. I think currently it is not possible
with git.

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