Review of Chapter 6: Server Configuration
sussman at red-bean.com
Sat Feb 24 21:29:12 CST 2007
On 2/24/07, C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato at red-bean.com> wrote:
> So, here's my counter-proposal:
> * Overview
> texty texty
> feature table
> * Choosing a Server Configuration
> intro blob
> summary (personal recommendations)
Awesome! I've just committed exactly this, and it flows a lot better now.
> > Maybe I'll just make the fetaure-comparison table into 3 columns,
> > rather than 2, so it's clear that the table is about use-cases, not
> > executables.
> I think your instinct is good. "Make it so."
> > Ah, good idea, I've renamed the whole section to "Tunning over SSH",
> > since that's what it's really about.
> I hope you mean "Tunneling". :-)
> But, must it be over SSH that you tunnel? Could you not tunnel over
> generic RSH?
Yeah, you could use RSH, and that's mentioned as an example in the
custom-tunneling feature, but I feel that it would be too generic to
name the section "Tunneling svnserve". We've been talking about SSH
as a 3rd major deployment option throughout the chapter up to this
point, so I think it still makes sense to keep SSH in the spotlight
(even if we happen to mention a generic tunneling mechanism as an
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