On Mon, Mar 30, 2020 at 8:13 AM Nicolas Mailhot via devel <devel at lists.fedoraproject.org> wrote: > > Le dimanche 29 mars 2020 à 23:47 -0400, Neal Gompa a écrit : > > > > > As a General User > > > I want to access repos fully over https > > > For environments where SSH is blocked > > > > I would be really curious if the Red Hat Infrastructure Security guys > > have changed their opinion on this after four years of blocking the > > development of this feature in Pagure. The two major reasons we don't > > have this in Pagure are: > > Neal, > > Security is the usual excuse not to implement stuff. That does not work > when competing with others that did their homework. As you noted > yourself ssh accesss is not blameless either. > > Gitlab and Github work in https mode. Pagure does not. End of story. > > Expecting others to hole their security with corkscrew because of the > ssh holy cow was never going to impress any third party. > You don't have to tell me, I already know. It was intentionally not implemented. And even with all that, we *do* have HTTPS through SSO on src.fp.o. We just don't have it on pagure.io. Don't expect it to be available with the move to GitLab. GitLab admins have a toggle they can use to disable HTTPS pushing for policy reasons, and I will strongly bet on it being flipped so that HTTPS pushing will not be available in our GitLab. -- 真実はいつも一つ！/ Always, there's only one truth!