In the main openkore repo we're going to rearrange everything to only use the trunk version of subprojects.
Explain to me why this is ok when you do it but it wasn't ok when I moved the SVN repo to Github the first time, months ago.
Woah buddy. Let's just chill. I'd be happy to talk to you on IRC.Edit:
To explain further, when you did it, there really wasn't any discussion or community involvement, you just went and did it. Your repo did not have the full commit history or the proper attribution for GitHub accounts. There was no announcement of the migration and SVN was not made read only. The wiki pages and download links were not updated to use the new GitHub address either.
Clearly OpenKore is still being actively developed--after only 2 days on GitHub the project has over 20 issues and pull requests. We can't go making big decisions like migrating off of SourceForge without at least some transparency.
Sorry for the confusion.