For some time, our web server has been configured to present gitorious.org to you even if you access through gitorious.com (no redirect, it “just works”). As Gitorious is now a company with its own employees, we will be re-purposing gitorious.com. In one week from now, on February 7th, gitorious.com will be home to our commercial offering, and will no longer work as a proxy for gitorious.org. This also goes for git traffic, which unfortunately works through gitorious.com today.
According to our logs this should not affect many of you, but if it does please update your bookmarks and so on. We’re sorry for any convenience.
*.gitorious.org will of course be completely unaffected by this change.