I have multiple locations with git archives (old git server, new git 
server, old devel machine, test machine, new devel machine, whatever), each 
with a heap of git archives and/or checked-out code in various states of 
(dis)order, which I'd like to consolidate onto "new git server" so that I 
can decommission the others with impunity.

Specifically, the idea is to
- find bare and checked-out trees
- locate correct archive on new server (by SHA1 of earliest commit?), 
create it if that doesn't exist
- check in edits to temp branch
- push all local branches to new server
- clean up / and rename them, so that a "git fetch" doesn't create ten 
identical branches

Does a tool that can help with this task exist? life is too short for 
duplicate work.

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