Stop paying Github

I have been using Github for ages because it works well. But I am currently dropping $50/month to host my repositories and despite merging multiple archived apps into single repos, I still have more repos than their publicly available packages will support.

Enter: gilab.com which is a hosted version of gitlab.org.

I now have gitlab running on a server that some friends and I use to save money over the cost of github and I had never visited their site for hosted gitlab.

They charge per user. So if you use it for yourself and have less than 10 contributors on a single repo you won’t have to pay. It’s quite nice too.

If you have a place to put it the self hosted gitlab is great. But in the new version releasing on March 22, 2013 you won’t have to use gitolite anymore. Curious to see how that goes.

bitbucket has always been a far better choice, I thought, for anyone who wanted private repos

I also vouch for gitlab, just make sure you run the latest stable release

I an excited about the new version.

+1 for bitbucket

its nice.

I’m on my phone. Haha. A simple yes or no could have sufficed.

Yes…. happy now?

I went and looked last night when I got home. Still happy with gitlab. Habent used bitbucket yet.

I have been using Github for ages because it works well. But I am currently dropping $50/month to host my repositories and despite merging multiple archived apps into single repos, I still have more repos than their publicly available packages will support.

Enter: gilab.com which is a hosted version of gitlab.org.

I now have gitlab running on a server that some friends and I use to save money over the cost of github and I had never visited their site for hosted gitlab.

They charge per user. So if you use it for yourself and have less than 10 contributors on a single repo you won’t have to pay. It’s quite nice too.

If you have a place to put it the self hosted gitlab is great. But in the new version releasing on March 22, 2013 you won’t have to use gitolite anymore. Curious to see how that goes.

bitbucket has always been a far better choice, I thought, for anyone who wanted private repos

I also vouch for gitlab, just make sure you run the latest stable release

I an excited about the new version.

+1 for bitbucket

its nice.

I’m on my phone. Haha. A simple yes or no could have sufficed.

Yes…. happy now?

I went and looked last night when I got home. Still happy with gitlab. Habent used bitbucket yet.