[Pkg-monitoring-maintainers] alioth ganglia repository rebased from upstream

Daniel Pocock daniel at pocock.pro
Thu Jul 7 07:06:43 UTC 2016

I've been converting the packages I work on to use forks of upstream
repository, with the debian/* artifacts on a branch called debian/sid

This means we can pull from upstream into master, merge a release into
the debian/sid branch and then push the debian/sid branch to alioth

I've made this change for the ganglia repository on alioth today, I did
this for the ganglia-web repository a couple of years ago.

Anybody with a clone of the repository will need to make a fresh clone
and use that for committing.

If you have your own branches with private commits, you can extract them
with git format-patch and then apply them to a clone of the new repository.

The old repositories are backed up on alioth at



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