[holy ruby programmers batman!] http://github.com/gilesbowkett/utility-belt/tree/master#git-clone

Giles Bowkett gilesb at gmail.com
Tue Feb 26 15:05:55 EST 2008

OK, I don't understand the question, but I think it's actually set up
so anyone has commit rights. So go ahead and fix it if you see a

I didn't see a git-svn option on github so I'm assuming I can do
git-svn on my local box and then push that to remote?

On 2/26/08, Tim Connor <timocratic at gmail.com> wrote:
> >  > http://github.com/gilesbowkett/utility-belt/tree/master
>  >  >
>  >  > Let me know if anything looks git-ignint, because, well, I am. :-)
> Yeah, you might want to try axing it and doing a git-svn import of the
>  svn RF repo.  You won't have the .svn in there, and it will be easier
>  to push stuff back up to RF for a release.  I could do that when I get
>  home if you want to give me (same username) commit rights, or I can
>  set-up my own and then you can fork that for our master.
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