Git tags

Jason A. Donenfeld Jason at
Fri Jun 16 14:23:16 CEST 2017

On Fri, Jun 16, 2017 at 2:12 PM, Martin Eskdale Moen
<martinmoen at> wrote:
> But the problem is that if I have 20 nodes and need to add some more and
> there is a breaking change like there was recently with the psk changing to
> peers instead of interface I can't always do that change before I need to
> add a new node.

How many times has this affected you? "Once", I assume. Breaking
changes certainly aren't the norm, and I'm sorry that it happened at
all and you have to deal with it. Big hassle. I don't want to subject
folks to that again if I don't have to. It still _may_ happen, but I
hope it won't, and we're working steadily toward the goal of

> Would just be nice if the tags hung around for maybe a year.

This is currently experimental software. Someday it won't be
experimental, but today it is. You should not use old snapshots,
period. I'd strongly advise you to update all your nodes.

(However, I'll keep old tags around, because Oliver asked, and my only
reason for actually removing the tags was I thought cgit looked
prettier without the clutter, which isn't a good reason for anything.)

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