It's worse than that. It has not just diverged from master... it was
based on a whole different git-svn, and it looks like git-svn is
non-deterministic. So, even the stuff that is the same has completely
different commit IDs. What I did
(https://github.com/ctubbsii/accumulo) was fork apache/accumulo on
github, then on my forked repo, I deleted all the tags and branches,
and pushed the correct master to it. I try to keep my master as a
mirror of the latest in our real master, and I have other branches for
features I'm working on. I haven't tried to do a pull request back to
apache/accumulo, but if what Josh says about mailing the dev list is
correct, then it should work.
Either way, you can always just mail the dev list directly, asking us to pull.
Christopher L Tubbs II
On Thu, Aug 1, 2013 at 5:15 PM, Michael Berman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Does anyone know what the process is for getting the github mirror pointed
> to the real git repo? Right now it's pointing at a year-old revision off
> SVN. I'd like to fork a branch for my SSL work so I can submit pull
> requests back, but it doesn't seem like there's a point if it's so far
> diverged from master.