Are you an Eclipse.org project lead or committer? Do you mind being an early adopter and want to help Eclipse.org fully move to Git?
If you want to help, consider moving your Eclipse.org project to Git. It’s not that hard, here’s how you do it:
- New projects may choose Git as their repository when they get bootstrapped
- Existing projects may migrate to Git from SVN/CVS.
If you want to see what other projects are using Git already, check out http://git.eclipse.org
I also recommend you start using the EGit tooling which we recently released the 0.9 version of. While the tooling isn’t perfect yet, we are getting closer to a more comfortable feature parity against the git CLI…
The best way to ensure the tooling meets your needs is to give it a spin and file any issues you come across. We’ll be releasing a new version of EGit and JGit towards the end of this year so this is your chance to get involved and help Eclipse.org move to Git. Thank you to the people who have already done this and are doing their part.