https://github.com/python/the-knights-who-say-ni is the new home for the code. I also created the https://github.com/the-knights-who-say-ni bot account for when I finally turn the bot on. Ezio moved this weekend but told me he plans to commit Maciej's code soon (I told him he could make GitHub usernames public which simplifies matters). Once that's done and I have verified the CLA bot ties into the new API on b.p.o properly I will then ask Senthil for his final recommendation on how to convert Mercurial repositories to Git and then move the devinabox repository over. If that move works out then I will switch the benchmarks repository over. Once both of those moves have been verified to have worked then we will figure out what's necessary to update the deployment steps for the peps and devguide repos and then move those two over as well. Then the "fun" begins in doing what's necessary to get cpython moved over (e.g. getting feature parity with the current setup). Overall, the goal still remains to move all repos sans cpython over to GitHub by PyCon US and the cpython repo itself by the end of the year.