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Gitea
Lightweight code hosting solution written in Go.
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Adam Dymitruk 🇨🇦 May 25
Replying to @lxztlr @jetbrains and 5 others
I would put over office, or over Google docs. And over or
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Fabian Arrotin Apr 22
Already built at the CentOS Side as RPM for people interested (I should also now looking at building it for all CentOS arches) :
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Gitea Apr 22
We are proud to present Gitea 1.8.0 to the world. Gitea is now an OAuth2 Provider. For more detail please see
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Gitea Apr 13
We released Gitea v1.7.6, it contains a very important security fix so it is highly recommended to update to this version. Gitea v1.8rc3 is also released to fix the bug. See
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Gitea Apr 12
We will begin to move from to after merged.
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Adam Dymitruk 🇨🇦 Apr 11
Replying to @chrismnicola @giteaio
Gitlab is a tire fire 🔥 of RoR code. I dumped it after an hour, wondering why a simple push of small changes took 10 seconds. is instantaneous and has 1/100th of the memory footprint.
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Jeff Albrecht Apr 9
I installed as a service on my new 4tb Raid 1 multi purpose server. Then installed plugin supporting gitea into vs 2019. Backed up my first project onto my own git(ea) server. !
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Gergely Brautigam Apr 9
Running my own Git server with is one of the best decisions I ever had. And it's super easy with . <3 Even got ssh on 22 and https automatically working with . I live for this stuff.
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Henning Jacobs Apr 4
Joined today 🎉, is a non-profit collaboration community for Free and projects (German e.V.)
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Andrew Chilton Apr 4
Ok New Zealand. If you want an account on just let me know. I've turned self-registrations off, but I can add an account for you. It uses and I'm very impressed with it so far.
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Gitea Apr 4
Replying to @aoitrix
Please fire an issue on
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Gitea Mar 29
We are happy to announce that version 1.7.5 of Gitea has now been released. This version only has 3 merged pull requests as we prepare for 1.8.0! The prebuilt linux binary dropped kernel GNU/Linux 2.6.32 but instead GNU/Linux 3.2.0. See
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Gitea Mar 17
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Thomas the dank engine Mar 16
I finally stopped being lazy and added Travis tests & publish to galaxy for my ansible role
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CammelTech Mar 14
Video 001: Gitea and Pihole on a Raspberry pi 3B with Nginex and mariaDB
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Gitea Mar 13
We are happy to announce Gitea v1.7.4 is released. See This is a smaller release, with only 4 merged PRs, but it contains an important security related fix and so we recommend upgrading whenever possible.
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Gitea Mar 11
Replying to @Staukini @Floh
yes, you are right! We have left serval issues/prs on v1.8
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Gitea Mar 9
Hi, giteaers! We are happy to announce that is open fo registration. Gitea's development will be moved to after we are ready.
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Goutham Pacha Ravi Mar 7
ZOMG! As part of rebranding to , is transitioning off of its cgit server to - I love it! I'll no longer have to resort to GitHub for permalinks in code reviews, emails and bug reports. Great going
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Gitea Feb 27
We released a bug fix version Gitea v1.7.3, please see
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