It just doesn't matter.

Why are we arguing over which solution will be 4% better two years from now,
or if my commits are formatted perfectly, when tremendous amounts of basic
work to be done improving git-svn?  The code is undocumented, lacking unit
tests, difficult to understand and riddled with bugs.

Either solution would be a vast improvement.  The most important thing is that
one of them actually gets done.  If both solutions offer a huge improvement,
do it the way the person actually writing the code wants to do it.  It'll be
more enjoyable for them, they'll be more likely to complete the work, and more
likely to stick around and code some more.
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