=- James Cameron wrote on Thu 20.Mar'08 at 13:13:33 +1100 -= > > > > Could you handle key-management (i.e. client approval) with > > > > the same efficiency, since it's basically about code > > > > control, given how well you're organized for code review? > > > > > > No. It isn't about code control alone, the job would also > > > require running clients on various operating systems. I'm just > > > not set up for that. > > > > Uh, why other platforms? > > Isn't it enough to see the "core" is OK and once it passed ask > > for others with access to required platforms to help out? ^^^^^^^^ > To do it right would need both code review, and checking that the > binary was built from the code, e.g. by building it again, and > then running it. What about a trusted community, supporter, servant? Can't you trust anyone else besides you? Why do you have to do all "the dirty work" by yourself? -- © Rado S. -- You must provide YOUR effort for your goal! EVERY effort counts: at least to show your attitude. You're responsible for ALL you do: you get what you give.