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Jim Whitehead II <jnwhiteh <at>> writes:

> Someone else can fork the repository and you can say that their fork
> is now the 'canonical' fork.. or the community will police itself.
> That's the way most other projects are handled and while not perfect
> it seems to work well enough. There is no real transfer of ownership,
> although you can allow another user to commit to your fork of the
> repository.

The github offers to change the ownership if the project owner requests it.