Adrian Gschwend | 1 Sep 11:28 2009
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TRAC logins & FTP replacement

Hi everyone,

For the few projects which were not available to the public I used to 
authenticate with htpasswd-files. Drawback was that those files got not 
synced with the LDAP user/password. I now created LDAP groups and 
adjusted TRAC configuration accordingly.

In case you were using a different password for TRAC, this is not 
necessary anymore. Subversion is already using LDAP for quite some time 
so no change required.

Next thing I will introduce is WebDAV access to the /pub structure on 
ftp. Like this project administrators can upload their data directly and 
/incoming is not necessary anymore.

In case someone wants that, drop me an email with your netlabs username 
and the desired write-access.

cu

Adrian

Steven Levine | 8 Sep 18:50 2009
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Odin32 access

Hi Adrian,

Andy asked me to look at some issues with the Odin32 code base.  If
there's no problem with this, please give me access to the Odin32 trac
site.

Thanks,

Steven

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Adrian Gschwend | 9 Sep 13:45 2009
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Re: Odin32 access


Steven Levine wrote:

Hi Steven,

> Andy asked me to look at some issues with the Odin32 code base.  If
> there's no problem with this, please give me access to the Odin32 trac
> site.

did that, you should have access to TRAC & SVN Repository.

BTW this repository will become open to everyone again once flash is stable.

cu

Adrian

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Steven Levine | 11 Sep 17:50 2009
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Re: Odin32 access

In <4AA79576.5000905 <at> netlabs.org>, on 09/09/09
   at 01:45 PM, Adrian Gschwend <ktk <at> netlabs.org> said:

Hi,

>> Andy asked me to look at some issues with the Odin32 code base.  If
>> there's no problem with this, please give me access to the Odin32 trac
>> site.

>did that, you should have access to TRAC & SVN Repository.

Thanks.

>BTW this repository will become open to everyone again once flash is
>stable.

Just wondering.  Why was it made non-readable?  I can understand limiting
commit access.

Regards,

Steven

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Michael Holzapfel | 11 Sep 15:02 2009
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Re: Odin32 access

Am 09.09.09 13.45, schrieb Adrian Gschwend:

> did that, you should have access to TRAC&  SVN Repository.
>
> BTW this repository will become open to everyone again once flash is stable.

I greatly appreciate that! BTW is the code a merger between "old" odin32 
code and innowin or pure innowin?

BR
Michael

Adrian Gschwend | 11 Sep 22:35 2009
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Re: Re: Odin32 access


Michael Holzapfel wrote:

> I greatly appreciate that! BTW is the code a merger between "old" odin32
> code and innowin or pure innowin?

it's enhanced odin code.

cu

Adrian

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