Wondering what the devs/contributors thought about moving the project to GitHub? Dunno if repo.or.cz was picked arbitrarily, or if that's where Jonathan Zarate started Tomato or what. GitHub offers pretty awesome features and is great for new people joining the project and collaborating, branch tracking and all that jazz. Could host the Wiki on there is well if you were inclined. Comments? Discuss.
Once upon a time there was avenger and HyperWRT and then HyperWRT thibor, and tofu from which tomato grew, they didn't initially use a shared repository (always released fully compilable sourcecode patch to Linksys source), but Jon did eventually share some betas and releases via via http://sourceforge.net/projects/tomatofirmware/
I recall linksysinfo guru sgtpeppersku started the repo.or.cz git for the vpn mod, but teddy_bear made it his own with the K2.6 versions. I think it is working quite well with many active contributors?
What's wrong with what we have?
As a user of github I can say +1 - it's a lot easier to add new features, track sources then or.cz. mstombs is right in that as long as the active contributors are happy with repo.or.cz that's fine but for me, coming from GitHub, repo was a step backwards.
However note that mirrors can be set on github to track the repo.or.cz.
I guess all this could be easily sorted out once teddy_bear returns (whenever that will happen)…
+1 for moving the project to github it is much faster than repo.cz and the integrated wiki could make things easier to document which is very convenient…
wikidot is a bit weird but I like the ajax I wonder how it is administration wise