So as you might have heard KDE is going to host its own git infrastructure. This means that the projects currently on gitorious will have to be moved one by one. Amarok and Konversation made the move yesterday to once again test the waters and make sure it is good to go for everyone else.
To quote Jeff’s email to the Amarok lists:
Amarok, along with Konversation, is trailblazing, and today the new official location of the repository is at git://git.kde.org/amarok/amarok.git
If you are a committer, the clone URL is firstname.lastname@example.org:amarok/amarok.git. SSH keys have been migrated from those used for your KDE SVN server account.
You can browse the repository via cgit at http://git.kde.org/amarok/amarok or via Redmine at the Project page on http://projects.kde.org/projects/amarok — both are still a work in progress (there is e.g. no KDE theming, and accounts on redmine have yet to be set up for all but a few of the KDE sysadmins), so please keep in mind that this is still a test infrastructure.
Thanks to our rocking sysadmins (especially Eike and Jeff) for setting everything up so quickly.
Please let us know if there is still any docu left to update due to this move that we missed so we can update it quickly.