Impossible!Linuxdirk wrote:FTFYPunk wrote:Don't worry...
They are currently in the Extend phase.
I think the Windows will be a Linux distro by MS.
They use Git internally and have gvfs ("accidentally" named after the already existing gvfs). So they need developers who are confident with Git. Github developers are. So they bought GitHub.duane wrote:I suspect that the only reason microsloth bought github is to have direct access to all the metadata of all the software development on it.
While I tend to agree with that, it would carry more weight if microsloth wasn't one of their senior members. :pJordach wrote:https://www.linuxfoundation.org/blog/mi ... -reaction/
I would post this now.Jordach wrote:https://www.linuxfoundation.org/blog/mi ... -reaction/
Microsoft is platinum member of the Linux foundation. They can't say anything bad against their main contributors.Jordach wrote:https://www.linuxfoundation.org/blog/mi ... -reaction/
Nappi, do you know if that applies to individuals? or solely organizations?Napiophelios wrote:GitLab Ultimate / Gold accounts free for education / open source projects that use
OSI-approved open source license and which does not seek to make profit from the resulting project software.
https://about.gitlab.com/2018/06/05/git ... en-source/
I agree; users can freely set their homepage address, they should be able to do the same with their git repository's address.Linuxdirk wrote:Well, actually that’s true. Shoiuld be replaced with a generic “Git home” or something like that and users can then add a link to any Git hoster or self-hosting they want.Hamlet wrote:True, it does not require a GitHub account: it just enforces it as the only git platform available for users' profiles.
+1Hamlet wrote:I suggest to add a poll to this thread, so that the Minetest developers can see what is the community's opinion.
For those of you who don't feel like standing under the Microsoft's umbrella: https://alternativeto.net/software/github/
True. I always dream of git.minetest.net for that. No matter if Gitea, GitLab CE or even a beautifully styled cgit.Wuzzy wrote:We should have never been on GitHub in the first place [...]
Who owns Mesehub?Wuzzy wrote:[...]https://git.minetest.land/Wuzzy/MineClone2-Bugs/[...]
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