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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] support me

From: Ali Abdul Ghani
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] support me
Date: Mon, 16 Mar 2015 14:02:29 -0800

Hi LibrePlanet Hackers!
gitbull is ready
It  work well

https://gitbull.orggitbull run Kallithea,
Kallithea, its Free Software
 source code management system that supports two leading version
control systems, Mercurial and Git, and has a web interface that is
easy to use for users

GitBull refuse donation, but accept people support.
you can  help the project
In many ways! Here are some:

- Using gitbull, and sharing it with your friends and family
- Reporting issues and bugs that you find
- suggesting improvements
- bring your own improvement

thanks to libreplanet and the fsf that throught their
           existant have
            permit this project to happen
gitbull is a community coding
fan of codes are welcome.
github says they are social coding
gitbull - Community coding
Code is part of our community
Free code
 we are a community of people that love free software
gitbull is a free place for that type of coders.

ali abdul ghani

2015-03-11 17:03 جرينتش-08:00, Sytse Sijbrandij <>:
> Hi Mike,
> Thanks for understanding. GitLab consists of many moving parts and a
> tar-ball is not a very conventional way of distributing a ruby
> application. As you can see in
> installing it manually is quite a slug.
> Best regards,
> Sytse Sijbrandij
> CEO GitLab B.V.
> On Wed, Mar 11, 2015 at 5:50 PM, Mike Gerwitz <> wrote:
>> Hash: SHA1
>> On Tue, Mar 10, 2015 at 23:20:13 -0700, Sytse Sijbrandij wrote:
>>> Right now the homepage has an obvious download button, that links to
>>> this is the recommended way to
>>> install and it contains the source code (ruby is an interpreted
>>> language) although as plain files, not as a git repo.
>> The downloads page lists Debian and RPM packages, which must either be
>> installed or unpacked using specialized tools.  I do see that there is a
>> "installation from source code" after clicking on the download button on
>> the homepage, then "alternative installation methods".  That was what I
>> was referring to.  Maybe a more prominent link to a source package
>> (preferably a tarball, which is traditional) on the downloads page could
>> be included?  The development kit, if that is preferred, is another
>> option, so long as it is clear that this is the preferred method for
>> obtaining source code.
>>> A bit lower on the page the term 'open source' is a link that links to
>> Ah, I see---I expected that link to take me to an "open source"
>> definition.  But the downloads page is a good enough focus.
>> I understand the rationale in your reply.  Balancing two distinct user
>> groups is not an easy task, especially when business depends on it.
>> - --
>> Mike Gerwitz
>> Free Software Hacker | GNU Maintainer
>> FSF Member #5804 | GPG Key ID: 0x8EE30EAB
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