Hi, our experimental git mirror of openSUSE:Factory got a new feature: It now makes single commits from most individual updates with some useful info in the commit message. This makes the whole history much nicer to read: https://github.com/bmwiedemann/openSUSE/commits/master In the usual case of SRs it links back to the SR on OBS, because that is where most of the discussion might have happened: https://github.com/bmwiedemann/openSUSE/commit/d1afc9699 but sometimes direct commits happen and they are shown with the commit message and a link to the OBS change https://github.com/bmwiedemann/openSUSE/commit/b2786e5c8 Ideas for future work: In theory we could also track these packages' devel projects on a 'devel' branch In a similar fashion we could also track openSUSE:Leap:15.* on stable/leap15_N branches to allow offline diff We could try to enable osc build to work from such git dirs. Either this uses the OBS server-side logic to resolve dependencies to get the usual .osc/_buildinfo* and .osc/_buildconfig* files or we re-implement or re-use OBS server logic to allow builds when offline. And then (in the foggy far future) it would be possible to make a gateway back from github pull-requests or gitlab merge-requests to submitting SRs in OBS. Or we re-think how OBS handles its source files until then. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iY_ADUQiiQI&t=787 Ciao Bernhard M.