Re: [php-49] Git Hubcap

From: Jay Z.
Sent on: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 9:29 PM
We used to host and manage Git by ourselves and it is simply a nightmare to maintain as the project and team grows. 

GitHub personal account only costs 7 bucks per month and gives you pretty much everything you need. I highly recommend you to sign up for an account ($7 /month will be good for you) and create an organization, put your whole team under the org and you should be good to go. 

Jay

On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 9:23 PM, David Malouf <[address removed]> wrote:
So let's say I want to get really into git (the version control system).  And I want to have a central repository for me and 3 other programmers (read: personalities) 'cause we all spend non-trivial amounts of time off-line (laptop = development environment).  I'd like to express my controlling personality so here are some stipulations: multiple projects stored/hosted in one place and access control (ex. a given developer can only read from some particular repository, merge conditions, etc.).

The really cool git book online (http://git-scm.com/book) shows off Gitosis (defunct?) and Gitolite (which looks kind'a interesting).  Or I suppose I/we could just not have a central repo. and just 'remote' each other :-)

I'd rather not pay for a GitHub account at this time.  I'm not against the idea, but I'm curious what goes into self-hosting before I go hosting-as-service. So I'm looking to see if there is some kind of Git Hubcap... something cheap, maybe found by the side of the road... something I can pretend is super-cool for now.

Ideas, suggestions, road-maps from intro-to-git to git-awesome?

David Malouf




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