LLVM Releases page needs updating? (Still suggests using SVN)

Hi,

I've noticed that http://releases.llvm.org/ still mentions that "Current" version
of LLVM Projects should be retrieved through SVN. With the GitHub mirror now being
considered a "source of truth" for readonly checkouts, would it be worth updating
that page and referring people to https://github.com/llvm/llvm-project instead?

(Though my only concern being, currently there are no RO-only mirrors on GitHub
for major projects since I presume majority of consumers will likely want to
checkout LLVM, Clang/CFE and LLD, it may be worth mirroring them separately. I'm
not sure how well Git handled subtree checkouts, personally I've not had the best
experiences, while a RO mirror is a lot more straightforward)

Thank you.

Hi Kristina,

I've noticed that http://releases.llvm.org/ still mentions that "Current" version
of LLVM Projects should be retrieved through SVN. With the GitHub mirror now being
considered a "source of truth" for readonly checkouts, would it be worth updating
that page and referring people to https://github.com/llvm/llvm-project instead?

The page links to http://llvm.org/docs/GettingStarted.html#checkout
which already talks about Git instead of SVN, so updating the link
texts makes sense.

I've updated https://releases.llvm.org/ in http://llvm.org/r354269 but
it can take a while to show up on the page due to caching.

Thanks,
Hans