Andrew Dunstan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> So I'd say your strategy looks good - backup and remove the  phony tag. 
> I'd also say we should probably be logging tag commands in taginfo. 
> Presumably we mere mortal committers should not be doing any tagging 
> whatsoever, and tags should only be applied in preparation for releases. 

+1 ... we should at least log such commands, and maybe disallow to anyone
except Marc's "pgsql" account.  Particularly since they don't get
reported in pgsql-committers messages (or is that something we
can/should change?)

Meanwhile, is there anyone around who can either (1) tar up the
repository directory tree as root, or (2) confirm that a tarball
made by a non-root committer is sufficient?

                        regards, tom lane

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