Daniel Kahn Gillmor
dkg at fifthhorseman.net
Fri Jun 16 03:14:29 CEST 2017
On Thu 2017-06-15 18:07:17 -0700, Oliver Beattie wrote:
> I have noticed that when a new snapshot is released, it is tagged in
> the Git repository, and an old tag is typically removed. While I
> understand Wireguard is considered experimental, this is quite
> frustrating as a user of the project.
Huh, i hadn't noticed that older tags had been removed in the canonical
upstream git repo, i agree that's unusual and rather strange.
> Given tags in Git are extremely lightweight, would it be unreasonable
> to keep them around?
The repository where i record debian packaging changes includes a full
copy of the upstream repo (at least as far as what's been packaged) and
that naturally includes the older tags as well:
You're always welcome to pull the tags from there (the upstream takgs
should all be cryptographically signed by Jason, so you can verify
authenticity even if the network source is different).
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