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Only the translation communities, according to the article. But I wouldn't be surprised if more of the repositories were on subversion. There was no git in the 90's when KDE started





> There was no git in the 90's when KDE started

There was no Subversion when KDE started. Like most projects of its era, KDE started with CVS, and moved to Subversion in 2005.


In fact, I recall we had to contribute code to SVN to make it scale to our existing monorepo size :-)

There is still some websites on SVN but I started moving them to git. The only one missing are the one from unmaintained project that I should import in git and then archive.

Only the translation teams use SVN (and perhaps some very old websites, but I think most if not all of them have been moved to git). All the code lives on git, instead.



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