On Sun, Dec 09, 2012 at 12:13:03PM +0000, Kevin Lyda wrote:
> A few weeks ago I decided to look at our ageing subversion repo and
> see what the alternatives were.
>> Github offers an enterprise edition which is interesting though expensive.
>> The other options appeared to be gitosis, gitolite and gitorious. The
> latter is really the only one that offers a decent UI and allows for
> the "pull request" model of code review. Obviously you can get more
> complex code review with gerrit, but I'm not sure complexity really
> adds to the code review process...
I find RhodeCode to be quite good. It's pretty easy to set up, though
it's not quite as pretty as Gitorious.
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