[Bug 613033] Setup new master.gnome.org

  sysadmin | Other | unspecified

--- Comment #15 from Olav Vitters <bugzilla-gnome vitters nl> 2011-03-07 23:20:37 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #14)
> Then working on enabling something like:
> > rsync -av gtk+-2.12.7.tar.xz master.gnome.org:sources
> > ssh master.gnome.org install-module sources/gtk+-2.12.7.tar.xz

The following will be used instead:
> ssh master.gnome.org install-module

And install-module will just determine all the files and ask you which ones you
want to have installed. I'll also allow you to delete files in the prompt
(pretty annoying with just rsync).

Going to make install-module smart enough to sort all the new files by version.
This when you're moving towards the GNOME infrastructure and have loads of
files to upload.

Nice thing about using sudo is that the user is still the same, only the group
changed. More secure IMO. Also, I can use the current effective userid to
determine which files are new.

> My only thoughts atm are on how I:
>  1. Can have one group for /ftp/scratch (the rrsync location)
>  2. Have another group for install-module.
> Maybe directory sticky bits?

That seems to work. Files uploaded by my testuser have the ftpadmin group
thanks to the sticky bit :)

> Need to create a new group for the automatic (and restricted) maintainers (the
> ones not in ftpadmin).

Created an ftpbasic group for this. Going to make the DOAP handling script
automatically add/remove maintainers from this group.

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