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    David K. commented  · 

    I love this idea. With mirroring setup all dependencies would be in the same feed. Also, It'd be nice to hide packages that have only ever been cached/downloaded as a dependency (not directly).

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    David K. commented  · 

    Yes. That's what got me thinking about the workflow I mentioned above. If we could restrict/remove API keys for consumers then VS credential provider would (mostly) work for end-users and we could restrict access to the API keys for our build servers. It'd be a good MVP.

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