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  1. Originally founded as a project to simplify sharing code, GitHub has grown into an application used by over a million people to store over two million code repositories, making GitHub the largest code host in the world.

    Using Latex about about 4 hours ago:

    Since you mentioned that you are a beginner, you may also consider this an opportunity to learn to use git. There are learning resources on the website, and I also found this article specifically for LaTeX projects. If you publish your work on GitHub, that may help you both find collaborators and simply advertise your project.
  2. Create, review and deploy code together with GitLab open source git repo management software | GitLab

    How to Deploy your Static Site to Netlify about 9 days ago:

    An account with a Git provider (GitHub/Bitbucket/Gitlab). GitHub will be used in this article.
  3. Bitbucket is a free code hosting site for Mercurial and Git. Manage your development with a hosted wiki, issue tracker and source code.

    Are there any long term photo storage solutions? about about 1 month ago:

    It is owned by Microsoft, other alternatives are GitLab and Bitbucket.
  4. A painless self-hosted Git service

    This is my BIGGEST problem coding - can you help me? about about 16 hours ago:

    There are a couple of self-hosted Git services, I think Gitea is pretty popular.
  5. The Complete Open-Source and Business Software Platform.

  6. Launchpad

    How Python virtual environments work about 8 days ago:

    Quite typical: Linux Mint, managed by apt with a third party repository [1]. On Mac I simply use the official installers from [1]
  7. CSR

    Cloud Source Repositories

    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  8. AWS CodeCommit is a fully-managed source control service that makes it easy for companies to host secure private Git repositories.

    How CodeCatalyst compares to other AWS Services related to... about 12 days ago:

    We treat these services in one  group as they belong together from a strategic point of view. They have been around for a few years and the teams that built these are now involved in CodeCatalyst. CodeCatalyst partly uses them “under the hood”. CodeCommit is a managed git hosting, CodeBuild is a managed “build” system, CodeStar is a “project management” tool. CodePipeline allows combining multiple CodeBuild steps...
  9. Phacility - Phabricator

    Migrating from Phabricator to Azure Devops. Have some questions. about almost 2 years ago

    My company has used Phabricator, which is an alternative to Azure Devops, for about 5 years. A few days ago they announced that the project won't be maintained anymore, so we are looking into alternatives. We have around 50 devs+product folks that use Phabricator at the moment.
  10. GitBucket is the easily installable open-source GitHub clone written with Scala.

    Selfhosted open source alternative to GitHub/GitLab about over 1 year ago:

    I saw this on HN and have been using it for the past two weeks for some small hobby projects. The docs are so-so but I got it set up in Docker without much hassle. I've since migrated completely from gitbucket. Great software - I encourage everyone to try it out.
  11. G


    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  12. GitPrep is a Github clone.

  13. Allura is an open source implementation of a software "forge", a web site that manages...