|Subject:||Re: Repository Access|
|Date:||Thu, 16 Jun 2005 09:21:16 -0400|
|User-agent:||Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0.2 (Windows/20050317)|
S I wrote:
Hi Class!Currently our CVS repo has 3 main & separate projects running under it. By default when I create a new unix user; I give them access to the whole repository, however, some folks have been editing files in projects they were not supposed to.
How can I ONLY and specifically create or modify the access rights & privileges of only few specific people w/o wreaking havoc on the whole repository? And by default if they're not listed in that file then that means they have access to all projs? Is there a way?
Use your operating system's access control system. Create a group for each project, and assign people to the groups they are allowed to be in. You will have to determine, in conjunction with your project leaders, which projects new users will have access to, by default.
And, of course, get the managers and project leaders on side to explain that changing project files they haven't been assigned to will result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination.
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