I’m a long-time open source contributor, but I’ve never open-sourced an Android app before.
I built an app called Everyone’s Timetable out of a private git repository because it has at least a private Google key in it, and possibly other private things that I don’t even remember about.
I would like to open source it without someone stealing my identity because I was careless.
Can someone help please? I was thinking to take a snapshot of the latest revision from my private git repository, remove whatever is private, and put it into a public SVN repository. That would also remove the complexities of existing branches.
Any advice welcome. The app is currently only usable by people from Seneca College, but I built it to allow other schools to use it if they just tell me what their timetable structure is.
This is the website: http://littlesvr.ca/et/
Thanks in advance.