Git repository move
grosser.meister.morti at gmx.net
Sat Jun 19 14:01:01 CEST 2010
When I try to pull from git at git.kde.org:amarok/amarok.git I'm kept getting asked for a password. I
thought my SSH key is known. I did push something to git at gitorious.org:amarok/amarok.git in the past
anyway. However, I don't need to push anything right now (nor will I have time to write anything in
the near future), so I'll just use git://git.kde.org/amarok/amarok for now.
On 06/18/2010 11:13 PM, Jeff Mitchell wrote:
> A short while ago, KDE's Git strategy was finalized. (See the * for the
> reasons why; please note that this is *not* the forum to discuss those
> conclusions). A new infrastructure has been set up, and the projects
> currently on Gitorious.org will be migrated to the new infrastructure to
> shake it out.
> Amarok, along with Konversation, is trailblazing, and today the new
> official location of the repository is at
> If you already have an existing checkout, simply edit the .git/config
> file and change "gitorious.org" to "git.kde.org" for the main repository
> (not any personal clones you may have in remotes).
> If you are a committer, the clone URL is
> git at git.kde.org:amarok/amarok.git. SSH keys have been migrated from
> those used for your KDE SVN server account.
> You can browse the repository via cgit at
> http://git.kde.org/amarok/amarok or via Redmine at the Project page on
> http://projects.kde.org/projects/amarok -- both are still a work in
> progress (there is e.g. no KDE theming, and accounts on redmine have yet
> to be set up for all but a few of the KDE sysadmins), so please keep in
> mind that this is still a test infrastructure.
> * http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/kde-scm-interest/2010-June/001438.html
> and http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/kde-scm-interest/2010-June/001439.html
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