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Github

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by ragtek, Aug 8, 2012.

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How many of the xf addon devs use github for there addons?

  1. I'm using github

    3 vote(s)
    42.9%
  2. I'm using an other service

    1 vote(s)
    14.3%
  3. I'm not using it

    3 vote(s)
    42.9%
  1. ragtek

    ragtek Guest

    I wish the resource manager would allow us to connect to github:d
    It could make tracking the suggestions, bugs and releases easier..
    e.g. ATM i'm having a js running at xf.com which adds an link to all posts, which allows me to create a new issue entry with 2 clicks from an post...
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    I never suggested a github integration, because I don't think we'll see a better integration (and because there are many much more important things like xf 1.2), even there are maybe many interested in this feature, but just out of interest, let's see how many are using github^^
     
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  2. Luke F

    Luke F Well-Known Member

    Would be nice but not really necessary imo

    Also I tend to prefer bitbucket as private repos are free
     
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  3. Naatan

    Naatan Well-Known Member

    So you prefer the fact that it's free, you don't necessary prefer bitbucket? :)

    I tried bitbucket but it just doesn't feel as intuitive as github. And as a freelancer I find github to still be relatively cheap, although I really wish they would charge for disk space & bandwidth rather than amount of repositories.
     
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  4. SneakyDave

    SneakyDave Well-Known Member

    With github, can't you have just one free project? Any other project costs something per month?

    Sorry, just saw the answer. Private repos at github aren't free. I've never really looked into what it would cost to create a couple.
     
  5. Naatan

    Naatan Well-Known Member

    $7 for 10 private repo's, or $25 if you're an organization and want to create teams and set read/write permissions.

    Public repo's are free. Neither private nor public repo's have any limits what so ever.
     

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