Krazy Moves to Gitorious

I just finished moving the Krazy repository from KDE SVN trunk/quality to Gitorious.

Seems to work ok.
For the record, here's how I did it:

% git svn clone svn+ssh://[email protected]/home/kde/trunk/quality/krazy2
% cd krazy2
% git remote add origin [email protected]:krazy/krazy.git
% git push origin master

Note that the "git svn clone" took a few hours since it searches through all 1.2million revisions in the KDE SVN looking for krazy2 commits.

"git log" shows a very long list of changes we made over the years so I'm content that we have some history.


Why Gitorious rather than git.kde.org?

By eike hein at Sun, 10/31/2010 - 19:42

I thought a lot about git.kde vs. gitorious vs. github..

The deciding factor against git.kde was really about perception -- making Krazy look less specific to KDE.
I'd like to see this tool grow outside KDE.

The deciding factor against github was that I already had a gitorious account and several of the projects I already follow live on gitorious -- so more a matter of convenience.

By awinterz at Sun, 10/31/2010 - 20:37