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3 points by hjek 10 days ago | link | parent

I think Gogs/Gitea is interesting in that it's super lightweight and shipped a self-contained binary, that's up and running in seconds. (Gitlab recommends at least 4GB of free memory[0])

Perhaps that is not relevant when someone else is doing the hosting, but I've gotten used to Gogs/Gitea now.

[0]: https://about.gitlab.com/installation/





3 points by shader 9 days ago | link

Interesting. That does sound somewhat attractive. I do occasionally try to run a git repository myself, and while I appreciate that Gitlab is open source, it was a bit cumbersome to set up.

I note that notabug said it was powered by a liberated version of gogs. What are they referring to there? Was something not sufficiently free about the original?

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2 points by hjek 7 days ago | link

Good question. I'm not sure, but I think it may have to do with removing Gravatar support?

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