> >
> > it's *way* better than svn, branching and merging is very natural.
> > I've already created several projects under github and I can assist
> > you if you need any help.
>
> can we carry over our svn history? I tried with git-svn, but i ended up
> with lots of different trunks, and a pretty broken history.
>
> If you can do it better, please tell me!

I'm sure you can do that without losing the history (I actually did it once but I forgot the details). I'll try if I've got time (tomorrow perhaps).

>
> >
> > You'll enjoy much more committing changes with git and github will
> > make more likely for outsiders to submit patches.
>
> That's worth a consideration. I think we need this kind of support!
>
>
> Just one note about github vs bitbucket vs sf.net vs self-hosted.
>
> What's the specific benefit of github?

Frankly I don't know, I only know github, maybe it isn't the best, I can only assert that it's better than what sourceforge offers, interface-wise for the least.

Nil

>
> @Others: discuss!
>
> greetings
> flo
>