@idontthinkyouseemtounderstand well only if you self-host it. GitLab dot com is no different than GitHub.
gitlab is fine with working with human rights abusers.
On a private mailing list. He sent your article about Apple privacy which we're using for an item on GNU. I wrote a note about it on my personal blog too, linking to your writing.
You use some piece of software. It's hosted in GitHub. You want to upgrade to the latest version or file a bug or whatever. You can not do those things or use GitHub. It's something developers should think about before they host projects there.
The financial incentive of using GitHub (for devs) is something I don't have an alternative solution to, though.
@arh @codeberg when Microsoft bought them, I deleted my account... only to create a new one because so many projects only allow PRs on that platform. I've also had to use it at my current job and a few of the previous ones.
I host my code on GitLab.com for now. I also have a source forge account for contributing, but no projects live there.
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