github password policy
Tue Aug 17 03:00:45 GMT 2021
On 2021-08-16 17:59, Doug Henderson via Cygwin-apps wrote:
> On Mon, 16 Aug 2021 at 07:45, ASSI <Stromeko@nexgo.de> wrote:
>> Thomas Wolff writes:
>>> As I cannot update mintty anymore right now from the git command line,
> Yes, I use SSH for all repos now.
>> Do. Not. Use. GitHub.
>> The raison raison d'être for GitHub is and always has been to subvert
>> the fully distributed workflow that Git was designed to provide and
>> replace it with their centralized lock-in "solution".
> As well as GitHub for several public repos, I have used BitBucket for
> several private repositories, as they allowed several, while GitHub
> only allowed one. They also have a large number of add on features
> around the Git repositories, aimed at lock-in.
> Does anyone have online Git servers they use and can recommend? BTW, I
> have done Google searches, etc. I'm looking for enthusiastic personal
Used the same as you, but I recently also joined Gitlab, run as a
virtual cooperative corp, as some of my recent adopted upstreams are
hosted there, and getting redundant release announcements is never a bad
thing. I haven't yet added any projects there.
GNOME projects are now hosted there, and Alibaba, IBM, and SpaceX use
it, but as Gitlab servers are on Google Cloud, and subject to US
embargos like BitBucket, GitHub, and SourceForge, a European mirror
https://framagit.org/ (part of the Framasoft non-profit network) on
Debian infrastructure, has been set up to bypass Google and the US, as
well as allow access to/from embargoed countries.
Take care. Thanks, Brian Inglis, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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