OK, for the record, the official sources are now available here:https://github.com/RomRaider/RomRaider
This repository has a full history back to 2006 including all branches and tags from both legacy SVN repositories. It therefore renders all other repositories a permanent thing of the past. I hope everyone appreciates the quality of the repository as I put a few days work into making it as right as I possibly could given the interesting history of the project.
Dale's/dschultz's copy which will usually have the latest greatest bleeding edge new stuff before the official repo, in case you want something very new, is here:https://github.com/dschultzca/RomRaider
You can always see who is doing what on which account and in which repo and which branch by looking at this:https://github.com/RomRaider/RomRaider/network
If you want to work on it, go to the first link, click fork, and clone your own copy. Then add remotes for the official one, Dale's one, and any others that you're interested in using a set of commands like this:
git clone email@example.com:<YourUserName>/RomRaider.git
git remote add dalesrepo git://github.com/dschultzca/RomRaider.git
git remote add official git://github.com/RomRaider/RomRaider.git
Make your changes to your local master on top of whatever is most recent, then push them up to your github repo and let Dale know that you'd like your changes integrated. From there, it's up to him to review your work, tell you to go and jump off of a bridge, include your work, ask you to rebase it, rebase it for you, etc. Make his life easy by rebasing your work onto the latest publicly available commit (likely from his repo), and he'll make his own life easy by making sure any work that he's done is up there for you to rebase onto.
Both the old and new SVN repos are now historical only:
Both are mirrored in flat and git styles on github as backups and in a nicer format:
Old/original flat: https://github.com/RomRaider/original.flat
Old/original git: https://github.com/RomRaider/original.mirror
New/recent flat: https://github.com/RomRaider/assembla.flat
New/recent git: https://github.com/RomRaider/assembla.mirror
Don't use any of the last 6 links, they're purely for historical reference now.