On Mon, May 06, 2013 at 11:34:28AM -0400, Martin Langhoff wrote:
> [ Unashamedly offtopic... asking here because I like git design and
> coding style, and ppg is drawing plenty of inspiration from the old
> git shell scripts. Please kindly flame me privately... ]
> ppg is a wrapper around git to maintain and distribute Puppet configs,
> adding a few niceties.
> Now, ppg will actuall manage two git repositories -- one for the
> puppet configs, the second one for ferrying back the puppet run
> results to the originating repo (were they get loaded in a puppet
> dashboard server for cute webbased reporting). The puppet config repo
> is a normally-behaved git repo. The "reports" repo is a bit of a hack
> -- never used directly by the user, it will follow a store-and-forward
> scheme, where I should trim old history or just use something other
> than git.

I'm not sure I fully understand what the reports are, but it sounds like
they are closely related to original configuration commits.  If that is
the case, have you considered using Git notes instead of a separate
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