Fluid's source code has moved to Github

Colin Clark colinbdclark at gmail.com
Sat Feb 5 17:29:10 UTC 2011

Hi everyone,

The Fluid community recently decided to migrate our source code infrastructure from SVN to Git. We've also made the move to Github, which should provide some nice tools to help with the collaborative aspects of source code management, as well as raise the project's profile a little bit.

The source code for all active Fluid projects, including Infusion, is now located on Github:


All of the commit history and tags have been migrated to Git, thanks to the hard work of Justin Obara and Jamon Camisso. We're still in the process of migrating our build and Web infrastructure over to Git, so expect some broken links and failed builds over the next few days until we get everything sorted out. Apologies for the inconvenience.

Our SVN repository will remain in use for storing design assets and large binaries such as media. All of its history will also be preserved. Inactive projects, such as the Open VULab, the UCB Sakai Image Gallery, and various pieces of code from the scratchpad and incubator have been retired.

Let us know if you have any questions about this migration, and don't forget to follow us on Github!


Colin Clark
Technical Lead, Fluid Project

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