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Re: [libreplanet-discuss] support me

From: Aaron Wolf
Subject: Re: [libreplanet-discuss] support me
Date: Mon, 16 Mar 2015 17:42:10 -0700
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NotABug is using Gogs, GitBull is using Kallithea. Both sites are just
hosts mainly, the software they run is independent.

Gogs is still working on pull-request/merge-request functions, but
expected soon. Kallithea doesn't have issues/tickets at all but that may
come later. They each have pros and cons.

Gogs is MIT-licensed and the developers and community may or may not
care about keeping it fully-free/libre long-term. They might go
dual-licensed proprietary like GitLab, and they might not but someone
else can always make a proprietary version. Gogs is written in Go.

Kallithea is a Software Freedom Conservancy project and is GPL.
Unfortunately, because it isn't AGPL, it can still be made into
proprietary SaaS. Kallithea is written in Python.

Kallithea might be just fine, and some of its features are already
great, but Gogs is probably superior at this point in terms of
efficiency and scalability with lots of repos.

Both teams behind NotABug and GitBull are 100% dedicated free-software
people who care about making the sites uncompromised! My thanks to all
of them!

On 03/16/2015 05:02 PM, Daniel Pimentel wrote:
> On 2015-03-16 20:36, Aaron Wolf wrote:
>> For reference to all, there's also in terms of free
>> software dedicated Gitorious replacements. No opinion yet from me on
>> that vs GitBull
>> On 03/16/2015 04:24 PM, Andres Muniz Piniella wrote:
>>> On 16/03/15 22:02, Ali Abdul Ghani wrote:
>>>> gitbull 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
>>> Thanks! I already transferred my stuff over from gitorious
>>> Thankfully you have no quality control because my stuff is awful.
>>> Hopefully one day soon I or someone will improve it.
> Congratulation for both projects, It's a good idea. I think that
> GitBull's interface will be change. I like NoABug's interface.

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