Due to public demand, the official main repository for PiTiVi is now git.gnome.org/pitivi instead of git://git.pitivi.org/git/pitivi.git
This has many advantages:
- It reduces confusion.
- It prevents potential contributors from thinking we’re a dead project or something. We’re a killer project, that’s completely different.
- No need to manage two “official” repositories (one for development and one for translations) anymore. No more strange merges to sync the repositories.
- Those who want email notifications can subscribe through GNOME’s “commits-list”
- We don’t have five times the word “git” when we do a clone of pitivi. You know, we were worried that people were not aware of the fact that they’re using git, turns out that’s not the case ;)
- People might stop thinking that this is some kind of French conspiracy. Well, many contributors are francophones and we do have plans for world domination, but that’s entirely unrelated.
I updated all the relevant website and wiki pages accordingly. No more excuses now: ladies and gentlemen, start hacking (but make sure to do so on the “ges” branch).
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