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Ah nice the shock that we still use svn ...
[12:28pm] jgarnett: (there are some details in the developers guide here - http://docs.geotools.org/latest/developer/procedures/create.html
[12:29pm] awlo: jgarnett: thanks!
[12:28pm] ahhughes_: is geotools still on SVN???
[12:29pm] awlo: ahhughes makes a valid point;)
[12:29pm] jgarnett: ahhughes_: yes; there is however an official github clone you and fork if you like
[12:29pm] jgarnett: currently some of our most productive volunteers are still using svn
[12:29pm] ahhughes_: thats more like it.
[12:29pm] jgarnett: so we formally bridge the gap
[12:29pm] awlo: jgarnett: official? how do you manage two repos?
[12:29pm] jgarnett: there is a script that pushes any svn changes into the github repo
[12:30pm] jgarnett: and I use git svn myself
[12:31pm] jgarnett: (I have not updated the developers guide to mention the official github thing yet as I have not personally tried it)
[12:31pm] jgarnett: here it is: https://github.com/geotools/geotools
[12:32pm] jgarnett: with the single wiki page have the checkout instructions https://github.com/geotools/geotools/wiki
[12:32pm] awlo: that was very informative chat, thanks guys!
[12:32pm] jgarnett: np