Coding Thread, github vs sourceforge etc in Coding and Web Development; hi .
just working on a little project and need to host it somewhere haven't really used github or sourceforge, ...
17th July 2012, 06:00 PM #1
github vs sourceforge etc
just working on a little project and need to host it somewhere haven't really used github or sourceforge, opinions on?
program is all c runs on linux GPL,
17th July 2012, 06:24 PM #2
Github is a bit simpler and has a nicer interface (imho). Sourceforge has more features, for example different types of version control systems. Also, you don't seem to get a mailing list with github. You might find you have problems with proxies with some version control systems - git and svn took a bit of effort to set up. Otherwise, both offer a pretty reliable service, just make sure you keep your own backups.
18th July 2012, 10:18 AM #3
I use github loads and its great!
@Chris_Cook github added a feature to git so it can be used over HTTPS which has made use behind a proxy much easier.
Github offers an issue tracker which I find a lot better than any mailing list.
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