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On 01/31/2011 09:35 AM, Christian Faulhammer wrote:
> Theo Chatzimichos <email@example.com>:
>> I decided to start migrating some CVS and SVN repos to git. First I
>> should do a cleanup though, and see which ones are still active.
>> 1) gentoo-src  cvs repo contains a number of projects separated to
>> directories. Most of them seem really old and inactive. I'd like to
>> point me out the ones that are either still used, or they should be
>> migrated because they contain usefull data. The others will be
>> removed. 2) There are a number of svn repos in svn.gentoo.org (the
>> list is at http://sources.gentoo.org under "Subversion
>> Repositories"). Same as before, I'd like to point me out the ones
>> that are still active, and you (the maintainer(s)) want to be
>> migrated to git. In that case, I'll contact you for any additional
>> info I will need, such as the structure of the git repo or any hooks
>> I should be aware of. Thanks
> Please do not throw away any repository if there is no conversion.
> Mark it as read-only and obsolete, move it to a section where it is
> clear that it is meant for reference only. I think I speak for the
> GNU Emacs and XEmacs team if I tell you that we want to stick to
> Subversion in the emacs repository.
Only migrated repositories will be removed *LATER* (the old ones of
They'll first be cleaned and a file "MOVED" or so will be added
including a brief description of where it has been moved to and so on.
The time depends on the repository itself.
Everything else will be kept as it is and/or read-only, as you said.
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