"NOTE to users in Crimea, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria: GitLab.com may not be accessible after the migration to #Google" - Really #Gitlab, you are moving to a platform which will cut off access for people in all this countries? https://about.gitlab.com/2018/07/19/gcp-move-update/
@bjoern Wow. That sucks. :( Is there any options except self-hosting then? Sadly that isn't a option for me, but I should probably do some research about this. It doesn't affect me in Germany, but not sure I still want to use it if that is the case.
@AtBios Even if it doesn't affect you as a owner of a repository, the question is whether you want to accept that people in some countries are not allowed to use your software and contribute to it. For me that's a no-go. That's why I'm looking for alternatives. Debian's Gitlab instance is open for non-Debian developers, others might be as well. Additionally there are many smaller platforms like notabug.org
@bjoern Yeah, that is what I feel as well. It doesn't affect me, but I do not want to use software that just accepts that and tells the users to take backup and that they can't use it anymore. Yeah, I also saw the Framagit, and I found another one called Keybase, that have a chat client and a encrypted git version. I haven't tested it yet though. Still doing research. Thanks for the tips! :)
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