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The Savannah Compromise - what really happened?

The Savannah Compromise - what really happened?

Posted Jan 1, 2004 19:03 UTC (Thu) by miah (guest, #639)
In reply to: The Savannah Compromise - what really happened? by miah
Parent article: The Savannah Compromise - what really happened?

Let me correct this. It was robertc's advogato entry.

"On the GNU Arch front, my gpg signing code is now in mainline, along with enhancements from Tom - grab tla 1.2 if you want it. We support signed changesets, re-signed mirrors, and mirrors that copy the source signatures. AFAIK only monotone has anything equivalent, (although bitkeeper has apparently good integrity mechanisms - itls not signed-by-the-author changesets)."


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