I have 120+ Visual Studio solutions and 320+ databases (using Red Gate 
Source Control) that have to be added to git.  We are new to git and 
currently have a smattering of different SC platforms (TFS, SVN) and some 
code not in a SC at all.

My question is about how to group/organize them.  Do I create a repo for 
each VS solution and a separate repo for each database?  That seems to be a 
lot of repos.  Or is there a way to group them?  I've looked at 
sparse-checkout and it works but it's a little cumbersome.  Is there any 
way in git/GitHub to group repos?

Another option is to have 1 repo and group within the repo (maybe using 
sparse-checkout, subfolders, etc.).

All advice and suggestions welcome.


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