Question about strip-nondeterminism in bsh

Daniel Kahn Gillmor dkg at
Thu Oct 12 16:59:57 UTC 2017

On Thu 2017-10-12 03:02:49 +0100, Chris Lamb wrote:

> The GitHub repositories are read-only mirrors. If you are checking out
> the code as a member of the Reproducible Builds team, then it makes more
> sense to get it from Alioth, for example:
>   $ git clone


    debcheckout strip-nondeterminism

That'll give you a local mirror that you can use to track upstream
changes, and to make your own changes.  But you won't be able to
immediately push back to the upstream repo.

If you've made commits and you want to push them upstream and you've got
privileges to do so on alioth (i think you do, since "jathan-guest" is a
member of "scm_reproducible"), you can enable the local repo for pushing
like this:

   cd strip-nondeterminism
   git config remote.origin.pushurl


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