> Migrate from GitHub
> to SourceForge quickly and easily with this tool.
haha what? no
> Check out all of SourceForge’s recent improvements.
fuck off eh?
@ashfurrow Yeah I'll pass too. Everytime I head over to SourceForge for a project that is still there it seems like a trainwreck. I'll do Gitlab if I have a choice, followed by GitHub...
@hankg @ashfurrow if I’m being completely honest, I’m not 100% sure. It’s simplicity (like not requiring JS) is what truly appeals to me. It almost feels like a watered down Gitlab (which I say as a positive)
As someone who doesn’t require the “community” aspect in most of my repos, I like this a lot
@hankg @ashfurrow GitLab is quite annoying with its ReCaptchas. You might not notice that with small projects – but being a maintainer at F-Droid, I often feel like a puzzle solver. Will definitely not migrate my own projects there, they rather go to #Codeberg.org (completely FOSS & non-profit, launched at 2019-01-01, and I know some of the founders 😉)
I'd understand they want to protect "foreign edits" from "normal" users. But from the project owner or a maintainer (second highest level)? Sorry, no understanding for that.
@ashfurrow SourceForge was recently acquired by another company that promised to tidy up the place and remove all the crap that had been attached to it. I haven’t followed up on the progress though.
@ashfurrow LOL that amused me too. Especially considering what SourceForge is known for... *looks at DevShare*
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