- Legal Tech Learning Resources http://t.co/CMYFKpSTRv [good short list of resources, includes @caliorg] 09:54:31, 2014-09-09
- RT @benjedwards: IBM Linux Watch (2000) & IBM WatchPad 1.5 (2001) prototypes; first Linux watches; never made it to market http://t.co/OGoI… 10:26:54, 2014-09-09
- What Happened to the Information Removed From PACER? http://t.co/qjDJ6RvEkT via @UNCLawLibrary [reminder: legal info isn't free.] 11:42:56, 2014-09-09
- My Twitter Digest for 09/08/2014 http://t.co/OZGJVF4CUS 15:31:29, 2014-09-09
This document describes how to install and configure Git and GitHub. These are great tools to manage and administer a whole host of Git repositories and the associated permissions. So, these remain true blessings for users writing open source software, however, when writing a closed source software may not be comfortable in trusting the code to a third party server. To gain the much-needed flexibility and control on stuff like Github/BitBucket without hosting the git repositories on servers that lie external to the control of users, GitLab remains a Godsend!
GitLab is a wonder tool that offers a simple and user-friendly yet potent web-based interface to the Git repositories on your server, viz., GitHub. Users are free to host it on their own cloud server, control access in a custom-built manner, and the only factor limiting the repo size is the inbuilt storage space of the server.
Just in case anyone has a hankering to run there own “GitHub” or build an open source software community for a particular space, like law or government.
Slow day at the ranch, trying to get over this cold or whatever the current dread disease is. Also a chance to try out some stuff on the old blog.
This is a status update, so I don’t need a title and it gets fed to various other places like Twitter and Facebook.