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- Self-hosted replacement for Github 11 answers
Up to now we have been using an old open source version of RhodeCode.
We use it to manage our git repos.
The new version of RhodeCode has a new license, which is ... I don't know what to call it. It is open source, but only limited to 20 users. I don't get it.
We are less then 20 users, but a real open source solution would be preferred.
What we need:
- A web interface to browse git repos. (Browse commits, branches, ...)
- Editing the repo content via web interface is not needed.
- Pull/Push code via http with authentication and authorization
- We are about 10 developers and have about 100 repos.
- We only use git, no other source control software needs to be supported.
- Would be nice: full text search which spans severals git repos.
- Should be self hosted on linux.
I guess we will use Kallithea. Related: http://sfconservancy.org/blog/2014/jul/15/why-kallithea/