• @WaterSword
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    91 year ago

    Forgejo was founded after gitea had some issues regarding its ownership and management.

    • RuudOPMA
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      101 year ago

      Cool! I feel a forgejo.world coming!

      • PropaGandalf
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        1 year ago

        you could also call it git.world Nevermind it costs 1000$

        • RuudOPMA
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          31 year ago

          Yeah it’s one of the domains I would love to have but GoDaddy has registered a bunch of them, trying to resell for big $$ which I refuse to do.

          • @WaterSword
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            11 year ago

            do you own ruud.world? haha

            • RuudOPMA
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              31 year ago

              I do now!

      • PropaGandalf
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        11 year ago

        Please make it true. Having you as a talented sysadmin for a (soon) federated code collaboration platform would be indescribable.

  • exu
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    51 year ago

    Still running Gitea here, but if Forgejo can actually pull ahead I might rethink switching.
    It started with the intention of a soft fork, so all this might also land in Gitea.

  • @madnificent
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    21 year ago

    I am waiting for federation to land. Would love to give it a spin and see how smooth that works across instances.

    • 𝘋𝘪𝘳𝘬
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      211 months ago

      I run it since a few weeks and already moved all my publicly hosted repositories there.

  • @pathief
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    11 year ago

    Not sure I would want to host my code on a random instance…

    Does it support CI, or is just a version control?

    • RuudOPMA
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      81 year ago
      • Powerful: Organizations & team permissions, CI integration, Code Search, LDAP, OAuth and much more. If you have advanced needs, Forgejo has you covered.

      Selfhosters wanna host. But many people don’t. (Ergo: lemmy.world, mastodon.world (GitHub anyone?) so maybe people would like forgejo.world And if not, I’ll use it myself! :-)

      • PropaGandalf
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        31 year ago

        If you pull that one I’ll kiss your feet. No really, forgejo is a wonderful piece of software. I’m eagerly awaiting their implementation of activitypub so that I can make code imrpovements without having to sing up for thousand services.

        Imagine the benefits if the code for your activitypub instances were hosted on an activitypub federated platform. Everyone could participate from the comfort of the fediverse.

        • RuudOPMA
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          21 year ago

          Yeah I don’t need to be the flagship for everything ;-)

    • terribleplan
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      21 year ago

      There is an “Actions” feature coming that is very similar to GitHub actions for CI and similar use-cases. It’s still behind a feature flag as it’s not quite ready for prime-time, but you can enable it on a self-hosted instance if you want. I believe this is also in Gitea as well, so you don’t have to use the Forgejo fork, but I have moved my instance over due to the whole situation leading to the fork.

      • @pathief
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        11 year ago

        Thanks for the feedback. We currently use a self-hosted Gitlab on our company but it uses a lot of resources. Was wondering if I should take a look at forgejo.

    • PropaGandalf
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      11 year ago

      they try to implement activitypub so that you can create issues, comment and collaborate with any fediverse account.