Re: Report from DSA Team Sprint in Oslo
On Wed, March 21, 2012 13:16, Clint Adams wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 10:07:30AM +0100, Thijs Kinkhorst wrote:
>> So I would advise to only make an effort to 'clean up' groups that have
>> sufficiently 'dangerous' consequences attached to them.
> Then logically it would follow that the ones that don't should be
> gid 800 instead.
In some situations I'm talking about there was a slight advantage that
upon ingress you could verify that prospective committers were aware of
But this is indeed only a minor advantage and a case for gid 800 (or
equivalent solutions) could certainly be made for anything that's easily
reversible; and we can expect DD's not to go on a commit rampage that
takes a lot of time to revert.
The collab-maint repository has been available to all DD's for a long
while. We've been trying to get the secure-testing repository writable for
all DD's, unfortunately the Alioth admins didn't have time to respond to
that request yet, but the wish is certainly there.