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/