How do I push stuff to gitlab?
hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Thu Nov 19 02:58:53 UTC 2015
esr at thyrsus.com said:
> You gave GitLab an ssh public key; git uses your ssh private key. This
> allows you to be authenticated to GitLab. You're a member of the NTPsec
> project with the role "Developer", so you can push to any unprotected
> branch. The repository is not world-writable.
That would make sense if GitLab knew who I was. Why am I me as compared to
you or somebody who doesn't even have an account?
How does it translate my local login name to a GitLab name? A brute force
search of everybody with write access seems like a bad idea if there might be
a large project and I'm sure somebody will come up with one.
The public key has a user at host at the end. I don't know if the private key
has something similar. Mine is encrypted. Assuming that gets to the wire,
then a hash table lookup would do it.
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