Moving To Sourcehut
Pulled the trigger.
Now supporting Sourcehut financially because this is exactly the kind of source control I want.
$2/month is a great price to support the crew working on this Github alternative for hackers.
I know the claim is that Github makes our repos more easily discovered but after years of use I still don't believe the claim. A good and useful repository will be discovered with or without Github.
Long live sr.ht :: Git migration to follow.
What does SourceHut have to offer?
- Git & Mercurial Hosting
- Build Service
- Bug Tracking
- Mailing Lists
- Task Automation
- No tracking or advertising
At the time of posting, there is no charge to use all of Sourcehut features since they are still in alpha. In the future; there will likely be some services that will need a paid account for use.
However, anyone contributing bug reports, patches, and such to existing projects do not need to have a paid account. Users can also earn free service by contributing patches to the Sourcehut code base; or pick and choose what parts the user want to pay for with Sourcehut's à la carte pricing.
For more information about sourcehut visit: man.sr.ht
PS: Sourcehut is opensource and thus self hosting is an option.