I'm switching several projects from darcs to either git on github, or svn on Google Code.
twill, a simple Web testing tool/HTTP driver in Python, was switched over to Google Code several months ago: see http://code.google.com/p/twill. I'll post more on twill development soon, I hope.
I just put scotch in the twill svn as well. scotch is an HTTP recording and playback tool written in Python with WSGI interfaces.
I also moved figleaf to github, at http://github.com/ctb/figleaf/tree/master. figleaf is a flexible code coverage recording and analysis tool for Python.
This move will hopefully open up development a bit more; I've been inactive for too long, and I feel that one obstacle to participation in these projects has been my self-hosting of the DVCS archives in darcs.
Note, I will probably move pinocchio, pygr-draw, zounds, and blastparser over to github as well, whenever I get around to it. I'm planning to decomission my darcs repository as I swizzle machines around while moving my virtual home over to MSU; the URLs will still work for pulling, but I'm going to stop pushing things to them.
Posted by gioby on 2009-02-18 at 04:16.
The problem with github is that there is not a clear way to integrate it with a bug tracker. I have temporanely solved the problem by using a flat-file based bug tracker, called ditz (http://ditz.rubyforge.org/). Maybe you can find it useful :)