GitHub now supports SSH commit signing, which is quite nice. I have been trying to use less and less GPG. I just tried pushing a commit signed this way and it works quite nicely.
Damn, no 🤣 What I like in Gitea is all the fancy integrations (container images, package registry), etc. If I end up self-hosting my Git repositories - or at least some of them - and not use Gitea, I will likely just use some kind of static website generator, like stagit.
I don’t want user URLs, I don’t want organizations. I want something like
git.hacdias.com/repo_name. There are workarounds, such as URL rewriting, or using an organization with a short name, to shorten the URLs. However, they are not real solutions. And having a single user mode is something Gitea will not support. But, never say never. I may consider using it later. For now, git.hacdias.com just redirects to my GitHub
I’ve been wanting to self-host my Git repositories for some time now. My problem with it is: collaboration. If I just decide to self-host, it’ll be much harder for someone to send a Pull Request, or something of the sorts. GitHub is the de facto of the industry and sadly there is not federation standard for these kind of platforms. I think Gitea is working on federation support, but at the same time I think Gitea wouldn’t necessarily fit my wants as it is a primarily multi-user platform.
That’s such a nice story. I actually mostly use GitHub’s interface and the CLI to work with Git. I only recall using SVN for publishing WordPress plugins a long time ago. I have had to modules during my bachelor’s with the same teacher that required us to use the Concurrent Versions Systems and that one can be a pain. I’m always afraid I’m gonna break something 😂
Git é um sistema de controlo de versão e gestão de código fonte extremamente utilizado em todos os cantos do mundo.