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Re: merge tracking: rejecting commits from svn clients < 1.5

From: Peter Samuelson <peter_at_p12n.org>
Date: 2007-02-15 22:34:48 CET

[Blair Zajac]
> Malcolm Rowe wrote:
> >Those two are orthogonal. Do you _really_ need the technical part if
> >you've already established a non-technical policy?
> Policy is just policy, it doesn't enforce anything. We could have a
> policy that nobody but committers is allowed to commit to our repository
> and not have any authz, but we don't do that.

That's a poor example, since we're actually talking about people who
are already trusted in the sense that they have read/write access.
People who can be kicked out, or fired, if they misbehave. A better
example would be: "We could have a non-technical policy that certain
committers are only allowed to commit in certain areas, documented in a
file like COMMITTERS, and _not_ enforce it with authz."

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