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Being an anti-centralization, anti-authority project; the
traditional meaning of "Benevolent Dictator" never sat well
Benevolence is relative; and I've never been benevolent towards
monopolist-types who try to consolidate power and influence.
Power corrupts, after all. In any case, I'll never be more than
a random idiot serving data which anybody can mirror and fork.
While it is possible to host source code from the root of a URL
using git-http-backend(1), the lack of pathname in the URL can
also be confusing to users. So just add the path name of the
project into the URL itself so users can invoke "git clone"
with one command-line argument instead of two.
Of course, previously documented URLs continue to work as normal.
I'll be working as a contractor for The Linux Foundation on v2
in an effort to support LKML and associated lists.
This can be useful for tarball distributions which lack full git