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GitHub alternatives for shared web hosts #98
I haven't tried any yet, so I'm not sure how well these will work, but these 3 seem like possibilities:
Still, I'm mentioning it because perhaps it might be possible to make a version of Phabricator that would definitely work well on a shared web host.
I'm also interested in anything that could possibly be useful in building a GitHub alternative for shared web hosts. Like this:
Thanks for any ideas!
Thanks for that great spreadsheet! I'll check out all those websites hopefully soon.
I'm afraid I might accidentally mess up the spreadsheet somehow if I edit it myself, so, anyone who wants to can add my suggestions.
Please correct me if I'm wrong, but, I think this issue's topic might be a bit different and more narrowly-focused than the spreadsheet.
This issue is about software which you can run on your own shared web host, rather than someone else's server which might qualify as a "Service as a Software Substitute" (SaaSS) - https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/who-does-that-server-really-serve.en.html
So, I'm in favor of leaving this issue open.
Thanks again to you all!
You can comment on the spreadsheet if you prefer not to edit directly, so that those with write access can merge your changes.
It's really up to you. If you think a debate has to take place, then sure keep this issue open.
@ernierasta Already referenced in the spreadsheet.
Thanks again all! Also, repeated suggestions are fine - it helps provide an idea of what software is the most popular.
I tried, but Google Docs seems slow and glitchy in my browser. Sorry!
I'm leaving it open, but not because I think a debate has to take place. I see no reason why the spreadsheet and this issue can't coexist in peace.
Might be a useful component of a GitHub alternative for a shared web host: