CPCMS: A Configuration Management System Based on Cryptographic Names. Shapiro, J. S. and Vanderburgh, J. 2002.
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CPCMS, the Cryptographically Protected Configuration Management System is a new configuration management system that provides scalability, disconnected commits, and fine-grain access controls. It addresses the novel problems raised by modern open-source development practices, in which projects routinely span traditional organizational boundaries and can involve thousands of participants. CPCMS provides for simultaneous public and private lines of development, with post hoc "publication" of private branches.
@conference {715916,
	title = {CPCMS: A Configuration Management System Based on Cryptographic Names},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of the FREENIX Track: 2002 USENIX Annual Technical Conference},
	year = {2002},
	pages = {207{\textendash}220},
	publisher = {USENIX Association},
	organization = {USENIX Association},
	address = {Berkeley, CA, USA},
	abstract = {CPCMS, the Cryptographically Protected Configuration Management System is a new configuration management system that provides scalability, disconnected commits, and fine-grain access controls. It addresses the novel problems raised by modern open-source development practices, in which projects routinely span traditional organizational boundaries and can involve thousands of participants. CPCMS provides for simultaneous public and private lines of development, with post hoc "publication" of private branches.},
	isbn = {1-880446-01-4},
	url = {http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=715916$\#$},
	author = {Shapiro, Jonathan S. and Vanderburgh, John}
}
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