After nearly four years of development and 400 subversion commits on Google Code, Numishare has moved its code base to GitHub. The migration has been a long time coming, as nearly every other ANS project (except EADitor, which, like Numishare, also began during my work at the Scholars' Lab of the University of Virginia Library). The move to GitHub will allow Numishare to be maintained more effectively in the long run, as its branching and merging mechanisms are much easier. At the time of these blog post, there are 7 or 8 Numishare projects: some already reflected with branches within the main Numishare trunk, some with their own repositories. Moreover, Numishare has a much more effective ticketing system, making it easier for me to address bugs and feature requests.
The URL for the repository is https://github.com/ewg118/numishare.