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> From: Luigi D. Sandon > Given the small number of people needing access, IMHO you > don't need a public machine. > I would put the repository on a machine in the company's > internal network and use a VPN to access it. In theory I agree with you. However, the company's run from home. The company's internal network is a home network with one desktop, one laptop and no machine that's always-on. The web server is the only box they have that's guaranteed to be on. - Peter