Not that I am in any way against codeberg or Gitea in general, but I am curious if there is any reason to switch to Codeberg from Gitlab.com.
>Subject to the
foregoing, it is forbidden to copy, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense,
and/or sell the Software.
Enterprise is also open source, it just still has the licensing code in there. They say so on their own site. They want enterprises to be able to modify and contribute back to core, and going the Open Source route was the easier path. Just remember that open source = free of charge.
I didn't know that about Gitlab. I knew it was a for profit company, but I didn't know they had that high of profits, or that they are publicly traded. It seems to me though that they are more community focused and self hosted friendly then Github though, which was the main reason I switched. Gitlab is also open source which is a important to me (and the reason I switched).
For me, the biggest reason for not liking Gitea as much as Gitlab is due to CI not being as integrated into Gitea as it is in Gitlab and Github (a minor complaint), and due to me not liking the UI as much (major reason, probably can be changed to look closer to my liking fairly easily).
I do like how lightweight Gitea is though, and I can get used to it if I had a need to. I also like how much easier Gitea is to configure compared to Gitlab as well.
To everyone who has commented, thanks for the input. I have learned quite a bit. I don't see a reason for me to migrate personaly, but I also see reasons why others would like to. Thanks again for the input.
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