Migration to Git complete

Well, migration to Git is pretty much complete now. I have (after a rather large discussion about SourceForge and different alternatives to it) opted to use Gitorious for the project – it is similar to GitHub, except that the stack behind it is completely non-proprietary.

I’ll admit, there have been hiccups here and there, mostly due to Git not importing svn branches (or tags, for that matter) properly. I have gotten around those and the repository seems to be happy with its current state – I know I am.

So, from now on, you’ll be able to find SIEGE on Git at Gitorious. I’ll be leaving the SVN repository up for a while as there are errands to do – I have to zip together tags and upload them somewhere, for one.

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