It’s very exciting when you’re among the first going on something new which looks terribly promising, and I’m very happy to be in this situation right now. =)
Namely, Akunambol is now hosted onto git.kde.org! Cookies to the sysadmins!
If you are following Akunambol’s development you should now clone git.kde.org:playground/akunambol.git, or check out http://projects.kde.org/projects/akunambol, which includes a very nice code browser too.
What else? Ah, yes, we get a commit filter, under the virtual svn path of “trunk/playground/pim/akunambol”.
This is all very cool, right? But since we are among the first migrating, we are experiencing some rough edges too. These are promptly being fixed by the sysadmins (you guys rock!) on IRC, and I’m trying to get some of the most important details we figure out written down for future reference.
One of the main things which created “problems” (more than problems, things-to-be-written-down) was the customization of gitolite made to suit KDE needs. Not all commands are the same that you could find on the official documentation, and most of them are undocumented (besides the usual little bugs).
So, when you move your pet projects to git, make sure to read and update this page: http://techbase.kde.org/User:Ruphy/KDEGitolite. I created it in my user’s namespace because it was meant as a wip-thing, but it can be moved as soon as we find a convenient place for it to stay.
So everybody, have a great migration! :)