Looks like soon git will be federared which will solve issues of where to host when you still want to keep the outreach.
I could suggest git instances i/we use:
Git.fosscommunity.in - instance run by our friends from fsci who are responsible for a lot of debian packaging (gitlab and diaspora for example)
Framagit.org - big instance run by folks at framasoft.org
Salsa.debian.org - gitlab instance run by debian.
On 24 June 2018 14:15:43 CEST, jacksprat email@example.com wrote:
At some stage, I want to put the software that I have developed into a
public space [on the remote chance that others will find it useful].
The obvious choices are Github, Gitlab, SourceForge etc. However, the
recent embrace of Github by Mircosoft has cast a cloud over the future
behaviour of these mega corporations.
Are there any "alternative" platforms for hosting [small] open source
projects? Sure, Github would provide a wide audience, but at what
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