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|21:36:34||HeroicKatora||How would I best find out if a particular developer or crate author has a crev repository?
|23:49:29||dpc|| Look for |
crev-proofs repo in their repo list
|23:52:20||HeroicKatora||That is very apparently not exhaustive, due to icefox using a separate repository.
I was mostly wondering if it were possible to have a crev-id, crev-repo metadata in a crate or somewhere on crates.io, since community engagement and crate authorship are the two likely mechanisms to establish some level of trustworthiness.|
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|00:01:20||HeroicKatora||For now I guess finding some crates works to build an initial basis to at least get some reviewed crates.
Is it possible to view reviews done by a particular author to cross-verify their reviews and scrutinize their thoroughness?|
|00:01:53||HeroicKatora||I mean, with better UX than going through a git repository manually|
|00:05:44||dpc|| Right now it's best to just |
cargo crev repo fetch url <someonewellinterconnected> and
cargo crev repo fetch all
|00:05:51||dpc||That will download a lot of repos.|
In reply to @heroic_katora:matrix.org Actually, we don't have an api for that yet.
For now I guess finding some crates works to build an initial basis to at least get some reviewed crates.
Is it possible to view reviews done by a particular author to cross-verify their reviews and scrutinize their thoroughness?
|00:06:39||dpc||But it's a great idead to have it.|
In reply to @dpc:matrix.org Then
That will download a lot of repos.
cargo crev id query all will list all the known ids.
|00:07:34||dpc|| And one can use |
--for-id to understand who trusts who, etc.
|00:11:04||HeroicKatora|| Oh interesting, I hadn't discovered |
--for-id yet. Thanks
|00:14:13||dpc|| The best way to get included in wot is to get someone to generate trust proof with even |
|00:14:54||dpc|| Technically it's a no-op, but crev gets an information about the id and url it lives under.|
|00:17:30||HeroicKatora||I'll probably go ping someone then, like Lokathor.|
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|14:01:21||chrysn||Is there a reference repository on gitlab that can be forked like the one on github that's used to track publically available proof repos?|
|14:36:44||chrysn||I've taken the liberty to create one at https://gitlab.com/crev-dev/crev-proofs/ -- if crev-devs care to take over, I'll be happy to transfer, otherwise this keeps up to date with the one at github and and lists cloners at https://gitlab.com/crev-dev/crev-proofs/-/forks like https://github.com/crev-dev/crev-proofs/network/members does on github.|