@yaf @bzg both lack federated event stream features :D and the possibility to star/fork a repo without creating an account on that instance. It can appear to be negligible, but I have the impression that that's the absence of those social features that let Microsoft/Github keep the status of "the place to be"
@0 @yaf @bzg !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! by fork, I meant the fork à la Github, where one can visualize the network of forks to see what's going on in related code bases. I have been using that feature quite a lot when forking a project, to see if someone else had the same itch and already did the work that was bringing me to fork!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
@bzg You are looking for federated software, or a community place acting as a GitHub alternative ?
For the former, I only know about ForgeFed, it's indeed in study.
For the latter, there is Codeberg, based on Gitea : https://codeberg.org/. Gitea being in the scope for Forgefed, so it could arise in the federated world someday.
@r3vlibre I'm looking for a federated software, but I didn't know codeberg.org and it looks interesting too, thanks!
yes, email is good for that: https://drewdevault.com/2018/07/23/Git-is-already-distributed.html
too bad it's now close to be an alias of Google...
[x] Git pull and push over SSH fully working [x] Darcs pull and push over SSH fully working [x] SSH server implementation really secure as far as I know [x] TLS support, especially critical when sending passwords. For now, done externally through Lighttpd, not Vervis itself [x] Darcs pull over HTTP and HTTPS [x] Git pull over HTTP and HTTPS/by @fr33domlover
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