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Back in Sep 2008, Deskin Miller pushed commit
"Suppose you're using git-svn to work with a certain SVN repository. Since you don't like 'git-svn fetch' to take forever, and you don't want to accidentally interrupt it and end up corrupting your repository, you set up a remote Git repository to mirror the SVN repository, which does its own 'git-svn fetch' on a cronjob; now you can 'git-fetch' from the Git mirror into your local repository, and still dcommit to SVN when you have changes to push."
For this to work, fiddling with what is fetched from a remote is required. But that is a topic for another short post. And in case you wonder, this improvement to
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