[EXTERNAL] Do you still need CTM?
tvrusso at sandia.gov
Wed Aug 19 02:27:00 UTC 2015
I stopped using CTM quite some time ago and moved over to svn, which works
fine through our firewall (the only reason I used CTM is that cvsup didn't
work through the firewall).
I had quite forgotten I was even subscribed to this announce group, which I'll
On Wed, Aug 19, 2015 at 02:10:11AM +0000, Montgomery-Smith, Stephen <stephen at missouri.edu> wrote:
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> I just received an email from one of the FreeBSD people telling me
> that they are worried about the security threat posed by CTM. They
> would like to disconnect it from the base FreeBSD system.
> Personally I have become extremely happy with using subversion, and if
> CTM were to disappear, I could live without it very easily.
> But maybe some of you feel differently. One thing we could do is
> 1. Create a CTM port;
> 2. Put the deltas on a server other than official FreeBSD servers;
> 3. Host our own mailing lists.
> Honestly, I think the best thing to do is to close CTM. But if anyone
> else really wants CTM, and is willing to do (2) and (3), I can easily
> do (1).
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