GitHub does not allow users to archive repositories and the available plans have fixed limits for the amount of repositories one may have.
If I need to host more repositories than I'm allowed to and Some of those repositories are inactive, I would like to archive those repositories while keeping all the important information (issues, wiki, commits, ...). Then if I need to use one of those projects again, it would be good to have a way to activate that repository again.
Does anyone knows of a method or third party solution that allows me to achieve something similar to the above?
I work on different small projects that I would like to host on GitHub as private repositories. Those projects became inactive quickly but sometime I need to go back to one of them and fix a bug or do so changes.