This reminds me of the lovely time I first spent dealing with CVS. I was getting involved with the Freenet project back then, specifically a sub-group called "Everything Over Freenet" that wanted to implement a bunch of standard Internet protocols over Freenet.
I had a bunch of code laying around that I wanted to upload to the project's CVS repository. Due to my bungling around in managing my sub-project, I uploaded a good chunk of my home directory before realizing what I had just done. This included GnuPG and SSH keys. I then got to discover the joys of attempting to delete something out of a CVS repository . . .
The whole thing is avilable for the world to see in the SourceForge CVS browser.
"There is no shame in being self-taught, only in not trying to learn in the first place." -- Atrus, Myst: The Book of D'ni.
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