[CentOS] git public web frontends

Wed Jun 6 10:09:31 UTC 2018
Marcin Trendota <moonwolf.rh at gmail.com>

W dniu 06.06.2018 o 12:06, Alice Wonder pisze:

> Set up a CentOS 7.5 VM linode for git now that github has been bought.
> I'm not anti-microsoft but I'm worried they will make changes that I
> don't like (e.g. requiring ms account, changing billing, etc.) so I
> figured better take control now.
> Currently moving my private repos and have them set up in my home
> directory there, but my public repos - I want to set them up with a web
> interface so people can browse them etc. and do a git clone w/o needing
> authentication.
> I'll be putting those in /srv/git and using a different username than
> the account for my private git repositories.
> But... can anyone recommend a web front end?
> It doesn't need to be as fancy as github but it does need to parse
> markdown as all my documentation is in markdown.
> Thanks for suggestions.
> Preferably something that "just works" with CentOS 7.
> -=-
> What would be fantastic is if someone made some kind of federation type
> service similar to how Mastodon works that lets public git repositories
> that opt in be found without needing to be on a centralized server.
> But I doubt that currently exists.

Have you tried GitLab? I'm currently testing it, i thing it could be
self-hosted. You also can try gitbucket, we are using it and works on

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