fosshost.org, a non-profit hosting company that provides hosting to many well-known free software projects, has recently given me a VPS.
I specifically requested one so that I can provide video hosting for the Libreboot project.
However, we've been having issues with Notabug for years. Lack of a search function is one example.
I have a recent wget backup of the Notabug libreboot pages (including issues). Will only take some regexp and I can extract issues and format them nicely, and archive them nicely on the new site.
I plan to set up a GitLab instance using this VPS that has been provided by FossHost. Swiftgeek has wanted GitLab for libreboot for years now, but I could never find a trustworthy hosting provider (GitLab is very resource intensive).
I have now found that provider. Fosshost is a wonderful organisation.
Hello Leah i wanna suggest 1984hosting.com another hosting company that will be used by hyperbola.info team to host there website i also dont think fosshost.org is a great choice they use cloudfront to provide fonts and many mainstream project that limit the user choice and freedom are using it,
i also will go against using gitlab and suggest libregit.org ;)
I assume you're against using gitlab.com - so am I. I'm talking about hosting GitLab CE on a VPS hosted by the Libreboot project, at git.libreboot.org
its all here
"I plan to set up a GitLab instance using this VPS that has been provided by FossHost. Swiftgeek has wanted GitLab for libreboot for years now, but I could never find a trustworthy hosting provider (GitLab is very resource intensive)."
idk what was runing in my head!
I saw your post about closing "we need a team of testers for the next libreboot thread"
Should this entire repository be closed?
And also, I agree, 1984hosting does look like a good vps.
I was going to suggest libregit.. but its been closed. So there's that...
Don't let the flames of libreboot go out even if its rebranded. :)
I have other questions, such as will your builds have intel neutered if possible, but should I wait to ask them or ask them in retroboot the new bug area?
what about using https://sourcehut.org/ instead of Gitlab it still on alpha but verry promissing hosted on 1984hosting would be the best
GitLab might be really intensive, but running a stagit frontend + git server + mailing list isn't.
Lots of individuals run these:
https://git.codemadness.org/stagit/file/README.html (the repo, on itself)
https://git.codemadness.org/stagit-gopher/file/README.html (for gopher)