My repository (cspiegel) was just made as a proactive safety measure: I
wanted to ensure it wasn't lost.
If somebody *wants* to be the official repository--especially if you're
capable of producing an equivalent set of binaries as in previous
releases--I'd happily delete my repo and just create a fork.
In the end, as long as the official repository owner is responsive to
merge requests and/or a collaborator list is used, that's enough for me.
I do think it should be an import of the Google Code version, though,
so the issues list comes over. Neither the salty-horse nor the
timofonic repos have a copy of the issues as it currently stands.