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I am working on a new Ubuntu application.

I would like to migrate it from GitHub to Launchpad.

The reason why I added it to GitHub and not to Launchpad is that I had some issues saving it with quickly (some bzr-related problem probably). So I deleted my .bzr folder.

What is the easiest way to add it to Launchpad and bzr now?

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The easiest thing to do is probably to do so using bzr-git.

Clone the repository that is currently on GitHub:

$ bzr branch git://

After that you can push it to Launchpad, assuming you've created a project on Launchpad named 'revision-monitor':

$ cd revision-monitor
$ bzr push lp:revision-monitor
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