In order to maintain the track of the different resources that a project needs, it is no longer possible to delete repositories. Instead, every one of them will have a “state”. This * state * can be “Active” or “Inactive” ([optional] as explained below):
- Active: The repository is available and ready to be accessed by our hackers.
- Inactive: The repository does not exist anymore, it was changed, or it was added by mistake.
Every time a repository is changed a notification will be sent to all the people involved in the project (both Flud Attacks’s and customer’s users).
Finally, those states can be changed at any moment by project users, and every change will be stored for further needs.