[cryptography] openssl on git

The Doctor drwho at virtadpt.net
Mon Jan 28 10:48:20 EST 2013


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On 01/27/2013 09:34 PM, Patrick Mylund Nielsen wrote:
> I don't understand how you can accidentally check in ~/.ssh to
> your repository, or at least not notice afterwards. Hopefully the
> OpenSSL authors won't do that!

There are people who set up personal Git repositories on Github for
their configuration files (in /etc, ~/.config, and apparently
sometimes ~/.ssh).  Some seem to do a `git add .ssh/*` without
stopping to think about what might be in there aside from a config file.

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