Firebug's (https://www.ohloh.net/p/firebug) code base now lies at github.com. The transition was made after http://code.google.com/p/fbug/source/detail?r=12936.
Is there a way to change the repository at ohloh somewhere?
We can add a new enlistment for the GitHub repository and leave the GoogleCode repository in place if it will continue to be available. The only downside to this is that the total lines-of-code counts may be distorted upward due to double-counting but the history would be preserved. Alternatively, the GoogleCode repository could be dropped which would lose the history in favor of more correct lines-of-code counts. I haven't seen a good way to compromise in this area.
We'll need to discuss this with the project managers.
The Google Code repository is blocked for write access since the move to github. So there shouldn't be a problem with the history. Though I guess some revisions are overlapping. FWIW we're still using other features of Google Code like the issue tracker.
Jan 'Honza' Odvarko is currently the only project manager. See the related thread. He can tell more about this change.
Good move to github. It can make everything seamless for developing.
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