Please add me to the repo access list. My concerns are that I want to develop and put some updates for Java, Cygwin Server. My web client initiatives will also include Macromedia flash clients, and 3D gl4java stuff. I was also thinking bout a mod_netrek extension for apache so folks could play via HTTP to avoid the firewall issues. These may introduce different file extension types. Although I haven't had time recently, I wanted to do use some 3d rendering tools like 3dsmax to help us put together cool 3d netrek clients.

Anyway you havent seen anything from me 'xcept vapor ware, but I have been super busy of late, and unless I croak first, I will still be thinking about hobby improving netreks client side for the web.

----- Original Message -----
From: Bob Tanner <tanner at>
To: zSubject: Re: [Vanilla Devel] My complaints regarding cvs and proposed solution(non-arch users)
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 14:13:40 -0500

> On Wednesday 27 October 2004 12:18 pm, Colin Jensen wrote:
> > Subversion plans on enhancements for stuff like distributed development
> > with private repositories (and pretty much all the other complaints listed
> > in dwheeler's essay).  But it does not have it now.  Since distributed
> > development seems to be one of the Big Deals Bob is looking for, we need to
> > use something other than Subversion.
> My primary concern is security, pgp-signed repositories (archives) and 
> pgp-signed changesets (commits). The distributed nature of arch isn't really 
> an issue, since I think we will still do a central development model 
> regardless of the revision control tool used.

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