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Old 23 April 2015, 20:16   #144
BuZz
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Well, if you are not around, it can be forked anyway, and development continued on the fork. leaving a repository so it can be committed to by anyone is a really bad idea (such as having to revert bad commits as you said - and the risk of spam / malicious code) - and it would have to be forked as no-one would have control of the original repository if you were not around. So no reason to allow public commits, unless you want to run it like a wiki.

out of interest where is this code that anyone can contribute to (before you revert their changes)

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