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Re: Projects?

From: Robert Simmons <derisor_at_arcor.de>
Date: 2003-10-22 01:22:23 CEST

> On Wed, Oct 22, 2003 at 01:09:34AM +0200, Robert Simmons wrote:
> > > That's just great, but it doesn't change the fact that RIGHT NOW
> > > Subversion does this stuff at a higher level than the repository. You
> > > asked, I answered.
> >
> > I am AWARE where it does this right now. I am simply saying I disagree with
> > and on a practical level in a corporate environment it would be a little
> > Id have a real hard time convincing my bosses to trust apache for source
> > management security. Is it because my boss is wrong? Perhaps. However he is
> > boss. If I, instead, told him we could put it on the repository as well or
> > it up with LDAP, he would sign easily.
> There is a planned feature to add file-level access control. If this
> is necessary for your current decision, perhaps it is best to look to
> another system until things change.
> > > Whoa there tiger, I think you've missed something about how to actually
> > > get people to listen to you on an open source project mailing list.
> > > Jumping in and pointing out how wrong everyone is without listening to
> > > their reasons isn't likely to win you many friends.
> >
> > I am listening just fine. In fact I reply to you point by point. However a
> > discussion doesnt simply end because of your reasons. There is point and
> > point and so on. I am still waiting to hear counter points that say projects
> > bad ideas. I have heard alot of you not personally thinking they are
> > and you not personally missing them, but I havent heard any bad points about
> > having them.
> I've heard your idea about projects, but I don't understand the
> feature you are asking to see. Is this *really* about a version
> number?

No, Im mixing my topics and other people are helping scramble them. For me
projects are organizational, authorization AND version number motivated.

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Received on Wed Oct 22 01:31:08 2003

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