anonymous CVS access?

Sam Hartman hartmans at MIT.EDU
Sat Mar 29 08:51:37 EST 2003

>>>>> "Frank" == Frank Cusack <fcusack at> writes:

    Frank> Sam and the krbdev guys, though, seem to be saying they
    Frank> will not provide CVS repository access for *anyone* (due to
    Frank> export problems).

Since we cannot provide CVS access for everyone and since it is
somewhat more complex (and significantly larger) than nightly
snapshots, we do not want to provide CVS access to the world.


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From: hartmans at MIT.EDU (Sam Hartman)
Subject: Read only CVS access for vendors
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Hi.  The MIT Kerberos team has received a request from a Kerberos
vendor to get read only CVS access to our repository.  Because of
export issues we don't have a good way to do that, but we can make
daily copies of the entire repository available.

We don't have infrastructure to handle this and would rather be
working on export issues than on setting up such infrastructure, so we
are only interested in offering such access to vendors of MIT Kerberos
within the United States.

If you are a Kerberos vendor and would actually use copies of our
repository on a regular basis, feel free to send mail to
krbcore at asking for access to the daily copies.


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