Archive for January 2009

FOSDEM

January 29, 2009

If you have never heard of FOSDEM, it’s the “Free and Open Source Software Developers’ European Meeting” which is held in Brussels in February each year. It usually attracts several thousand geeks from across Europe for two days of presentations and project developer meetings. I went last year and was really impressed with the “buzz” […]

Subversion component

January 26, 2009

As mentioned in the previous post, recently I have been working on providing WebDAV access to the LCFG subversion repository. Part of getting this done was extending the LCFG subversion component so that it can generate authorization files which could be used by WebDAV, it now does this and creates a file named webdav_authz in […]

Linux file ACLs

January 19, 2009

I am currently working on providing WebDAV access to the LCFG subversion repository. This is being done in a fairly generic way so that the LCFG configuration could be reused for other LCFG managed repositories. Currently it is only available via ssh and access is controlled by making the directory owned by root and accessible […]