> On Nov 1, 2016, at 3:49 PM, David Evans <dev...@macports.org> wrote:
> On 11/1/16 1:21 PM, Rainer Müller wrote:
>> On 2016-11-01 21:10, David Evans wrote:
>>> I see that some github user repos have been created while others (like mine 
>>> ;-) ) have not.  Is this an ongoing process
>>> that's going to take a while or is there some action that the user needs to 
>>> take and get his repo created?
>> Yours is already there:
>> https://github.com/macports/macports-user-devans
>> GitHub only show the most recently modified repositories on the
>> organization page. You need to use the search box on top of the list of
>> repositories to find it.
>>> BTW, I note that at least one of those already created belongs to a 
>>> maintainer who has not been with us for quite a
>>> while (nox).
>> The plan is to eventually remove them, if users do not claim them.
>>> Maybe they should be done on a per request basis to avoid converting 
>>> abandoned user space.
>> All of our Subversion history was converted and each commit moved to the
>> appropriate Git repository. There is no extra work involved with this.
>> Rainer
> Thanks, Rainer.  I thought I had probably missed something.  As they say the 
> Navy, "There's always 10% that don't get
> the word."
> I see from the previous reply that there is some feeling that these repos 
> should be moved from the MacPorts
> organizational account to the user's own account.  Or can they stay where 
> they are indefinitely as long as
> they are active?

Active user repos should be moved to that user's personal GitHub account and 
used or refactored there.

Contrary to Rainer's statement above, my plan was to leave unclaimed old user 
repo in the macports org indefinitely. Deleting them implies they contain no 
useful information; having not examined them, I'm not in a position to make 
that determination.

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