Changes between Version 16 and Version 17 of UsingPidginMercurial


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Timestamp:
09/23/12 15:33:30 (7 years ago)
Author:
rekkanoryo
Comment:

Some minor updates and tweaks.

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  • UsingPidginMercurial

    v16 v17  
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    6969=== Access Control ===
    70 Access control on Pidgin's Mercurial server is such that repositories.  The repositories are structured like so (developers/CPW's listed here are for the purpose of example):
     70Access control on Pidgin's Mercurial server is such that all developers can write to our master repositories, but each developer and CPW has their own repositories that anyone can read but only they can write to.  The repositories are structured like so (developers/CPW's listed here are for the purpose of example):
    7171
    7272{{{
     
    9797
    9898Access control is as follows:
    99   * Developers have write access to `pidgin/*`
     99  * Developers and CPW's have write access to `pidgin/*`
    100100  * Developers can create and modify repositories in `dev/$NICKNAME/`
    101101  * Crazy Patch Writers can create and modify repositories in `cpw/$NICKNAME/*`
     
    106106
    107107=== Adding New Users ===
    108 The process to allow new users SSH access to the Mercurial repositories is pretty simple, but requires someone with "root" access to mercurial-server.  Currently those people are datallah, rekkanoryo, and lschiere.
     108The process to allow new users SSH access to the Mercurial repositories is pretty simple, but requires someone with "root" access to mercurial-server.  Currently those people are datallah, markdoliner, rekkanoryo, elb, and lschiere.
    109109
    110110  1. Check out the `hgadmin` repo: `hg clone ssh://hg@hg.pidgin.im/hgadmin pidgin-hgadmin`
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