Just realized the weight of moving the primary location of our source code given the number of links to it out there
And the whole forks ecosystem
And the way commit messages refer to GitHub issue numbers
On the other hand, that's only going to get worse over time - even more links, even more forks, even more commit messages.
And maybe Microsoft won't fuck up GitHub, but sensing this vendor lockin now, what would happen if they do?
So it's probably a band-aid that has to be ripped sooner rather than later. 🤔
@Gargron I mean just bc GitHub has your issues now doesn't mean that much... You can always use the API to download them and store them in a new repo? Selling this as a service would be pretty top-notch though.
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