> From: George Georgiev <george.georgiev...@gmail.com>

> My concern is time to have, not difficulty to do. I would like users to
> have a git repo as soon as possible. In same cases creating full repo might
> take many hours.

I don't see the trouble with that.  You can create a shallow
repository, or rather, a shallow chain of commits within a repository,
and make it available to your users to clone.

Then you create the full chain, which is a different branch in the
same repository.  When users have their working directories in a good
position, they switch to the full branch.  Any commits that they've
added to the shallow chain, you rebase onto the full branch and
commit.

Dale

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