If you all decide on accepting PRs from Github. A Gentoo developer
wrote a tool, Pull Request and Merge PRAM[1]. Its named Gentoo specific,
but it is NOT Gentoo specific.

It pulls a PR from Github, commits it to some other repo and closes the
PR on Github. Thus you can accept PRs from github, with a 1 way read
only mirror. I think it could be useful.


Accepting PRs on github should be an option. Github has attracted a
large community and may see more contributions opening up that channel.
That seems to be the case for many other projects. Not being a Github
fan boy. But it is amazing and impressive how many use it, including
major companies moving all repos there. Unlike I have seen with any
other source code hoster.

William L. Thomson Jr.

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