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Re: [PATCH] default to --no-auth-cache

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2003-01-14 19:03:30 CET

<rbb@rkbloom.net> writes:
> My main concern here, is that I am not willing to add code that I believe
> to be a security hole. I would rather focus my attention on solving
> other problems. Yes, it is easy to flip the default back and forth, but
> by adding an initial default that I know to be a security hole, I am
> saying that I do not believe the hole is big enough to worry about. The
> problem is I disagree with that statement. If the code goes in with a
> conservative default and then somebody changes it, then the person who
> changes the code is making that statement, not me. The code we each
> contribute speaks an amazing amount about what we each consider to be
> important (not only in SVN, but in computer programs in general).

Oh, absolutely -- what I was asking was for you to write the patch
with the conservative default. That's the only thing that will go in
under your name.

After that, the list can continue to discuss the default; if it gets
changed, that act will be attributable to someone else, not you.

> I have been bullied into making changes that I didn't agree with in
> the past, I am no longer willing to do that.

I hardly think anything in this thread can be called "bullying", by
any stretch of the imagination :-).


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