If you want to do that switch, I can do it for you.
Automatic third-party license report, no more bundled libs, automatic site report including cobertura coverage reports etc.
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Please see the article on the Stendhal wiki about the status of migration to git and its blockers.
Github does not offer any advantage over SourceForge and our Jenkins at all. So we do not consider to migrate to that platform.
Maven adds a huge layer of complexity for all contrbutors. With the relativley small number of libraries required, bundling them is preferable: Do a CVS update and things just work without having to install external tools.
Maven+Git+Netbeans is the way to go. You will have more and more problems when you stick to the really outdated stuff. Upgrading dependencies in maven just requires a specific cmdline call and updating the version specs in the build descriptor. And putting binaries into CSV is an absolute no-go. In addition to that, support for cvs has been removed from many IDEs. And Jenkins has A LOT of plugin to support maven report plugins etc. On top of that, maven is MUCH MORE standardized than ant. It has strictly defined compile/resource processing/testing/integration-testing/package etc. phases. If you know maven, you know *EVERY* project's structure.
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