Git and empty directories
This is primarily a response to GrubbmGait's question about Git storing empty directpries all of a sudden. It doesn't, but Git svn recognized the empty directories in the original svn repository and created them for me. But Stackoverflow taught me the right way to deal with that:
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The entry on using git raises an interesting possibility, especially after the discussions on G+ about using hg/git/svn together. I could easily be convinced to move the repository to GitHub and that would give us decent issue trackers and a wiki for documentation...
Do it! Best path would be if your Github repository is the main one. You can clone mine and create a new repo on Github to push it to. Possibly you'll need to remove my repo as a remote before pushing. When you're at that stage I'll remove my repository and fork yours instead.
(You won't be able to communicate with me further in this thread since I won't be able to read your replies easily. I suggest you move the discussion to the wiki page.)