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4 Responses

  1. Catalin Boie says:

    Hi!

    Another free software git hosting tool is rocketgit. It is the only AGPL software on the market.

    Full dusclosure: I am the author.

    Catalin(ux) M. BOIE

  2. Marcos Oliveira says:

    Excellent tip! I migrated from Github to Gitlab, however, I realize that there are some limitations in Gitlab, silly things that are missing, such as: use of the www on the site; redirect when URL exists (that is, when you access mydomain.gitlab.io it does not redirect automatically to mydomain.com, you had to create a script in JS for this to happen, and this is quite strange, as it is easy to modify by the user, leaves the redirection much slower);

    My feed.xml, has stopped working, I will have to analyze if there is no policy of using Gitlab, among other details. But the Gitlab interface is much friendlier. I’ll test the others on this list. Many thanks for the tip, I was just looking for a post about it.

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