The problem with moving from Mercurial to Git is that we might lose issues and wiki and pipelines, etc.
So I’ve asked Bitbucket to give me a quote on cost of converting to using Git, and also to adding consulting services to connect the new Git repo to the issues list, etc.
If that migration goes well, we may further investigate leaving Bitbucket for Gitlab.com, like Inkscape.
I’m trying to migrate towards using tools and platforms that are more familiar to the open source community. The main barrier for contributors is Mercurial, not Bitbucket.