I vote 2

As to 2 or 3. Many projects use SF only for hosting files it seems. So, even if we move to github/gitorious/bitbucket (I use all 3 for different projects already actually), SF for file hosting is still interesting, because SF never made problems about our data use (specifically gramps-addons downloads !!).
The web interface of SF is shit, but truth be told, I don't use the one of github/gitorious/bitbucket, only need git gui locally for my needs. Perhaps we can ask SF if they plan online edit in the near future if people think that is a killer feature for casual development?

For developers, once used to git, they will not look back. For simple tasks, only knowing the very basics ( https://git.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/GitSvnCrashCourse ) seems to work, though I see some of my students messing up enormously with branches, so some handholding (good doc for translators, eg branch per translation) will be needed. As Brian indicated, if the result is git, we need a conversion manager, and it will not be me.

Benny


2013/10/31 Jerome <romjerome@yahoo.fr>

I only have used git clone command for installing pygobject, gtkspell,
osm-gps-map, etc ... About Gramps project, I don't mind!

So, I vote for (4.) [or (1.) and (2.)] ...

Note, we also need to find an alternative to svn2cl for generating
Changelog files:

$ svn2cl --reparagraph --include-rev --authors=data/authors.xml
$ cd po
$ svn2cl --reparagraph --include-rev --authors=../data/authors.xml
$ cd ..

http://www.gramps-project.org/wiki/index.php?title=What_to_do_for_a_release#Changelog_and_NEWS_file

Should we also try to move 'gramps-addons'?


Jérôme


Le mar. 29 oct. 2013 at 18:52,Nick Hall <nick__hall@hotmail.com> a
écrit :
> There have been a couple of threads suggesting that we move from
> subversion to git.
>
> What are your views?
>
> The options are:
>
> 1. Continue to use subversion.
> 2. Convert to using git.
> 3. Convert to using git, and move the hosting from SourceForge.
> 4. Don't mind.
>
> Please keep your answers short and include your SourceForge login, if
> you have one.
>
> Regards,
>
> Nick.
>
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