As we announced quite a while ago we moved all of our plugins to github. Since then, we’ve moved all of our client work (where we provide the source code repo) to github as well.
We had kept our subversion server online, with nothing being updated on it (all updates were in git), but earlier today we shut it down completely. If, for some reason, you were still using the subversion instance of one of our plugins, you’ll want to get it from git now (you would have been using an outdated one anyway).
You can see all of the plugins on the thoughtbot github page, but here are some of the most popular.
While we’re on the subject of git and github, I’d like to mention that paperclip is the 18th most watched project on github, while paperclip and shoulda are the 21st and 22nd most forked projects. Congrats to everyone involved in those projects, and thanks for making them successful.
We’re moving our plugins, gems, and other open source projects to github. I know, it’s a shock. We’re going to keep the SVN versions of them going for a while, but the “official” repositories for each of these is now what’s hosted on github. So get busy with the hot forking action.
By-and-large, we’ve resisted the move to git, despite the searing heat it’s been putting off in the Ruby community recently. We’re still a centralized development house, and so our internal development will still be SVN-based. It’s just how we roll. Though I imagine a few of the guys here will start picking up git-svn.