personal git trees on people instead of git?

Daniel Stone daniel at
Fri Jun 30 02:57:20 PDT 2006

On Thu, Jun 29, 2006 at 09:21:47PM -0700, Keith Packard wrote:
> Now that Daniel has NFS mounted the git repo from kemper to annarchy,
> I'd like to reconsider where we store personal git repositories.
> Moving them from kemper(git) to annarchy(anongit,people) will allow
> people to manage repositories on their own using their shell account.
> With them on kemper, it's actually harder to create your own repo than
> commit on a branch in the central one. Ick.
> With this change, I'd also like to push for a general policy that
> personal development be done in personal repositories. With git's
> ability to share files across repositories, this doesn't present any
> disk space concern. It also permits anyone with an account to publish
> changes for any fd.o project.
> Does this seem sensible?

+1.  We can have separate gitwebs, and have:

(Of course, anongit.fd.o/git/users/... will work, and conversely so will
 people.fd.o/git/xorg/..., but whatever.)
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