nathanleiby at gmail.com
Mon Dec 6 01:09:38 EST 2010
As Jason mentioned, I also like Assembla.
this meet your needs?
p.s. I usually find the best way to answer a question like this is to
google: "best free private git stackoverflow". Generally there's a good
debate there already.
2010/12/5 Jason Gao <jasongao at mit.edu>
> assembla? they have a free plan, not sure if it's private.
> On Sun, Dec 5, 2010 at 8:57 PM, Carl Jackson <carl at hcs.harvard.edu> wrote:
> > If hosting git on your own is an option you're considering, take a look
> at gitosis. It does some cool shit with the authorized_keys file that makes
> things very easy. You'd just need a public key from each of your
> > If you're looking for a bit more oomph (for instance, code review and
> friends), HCS currently uses gerrit. It's pretty OK, but probably overkill
> for anything you're thinking about doing.
> > Carl
> > On Dec 5, 2010, at 8:48 PM, Siddarth Chandrasekaran wrote:
> >> Hey HCS,
> >> So I'm trying to find a good, free repository-host right now. I'm
> >> totally fine with anything non-SVN, really, but here's my problem:
> >> 1) Github (git) is awesome, except that no free private repositories.
> >> 2) Bitbucket (hg) has an unlimited number of free private
> >> repositories, but a limit on how many collaborators you can have.
> >> Is there a different repo-host I don't know about? I know I can set up
> >> a repo on my own domain, but enabling collaborators doesn't seem
> >> possible? Or is it? Thoughts?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Siddarth
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