@boud I can't browse many websites on my old hardware either. I think we already discussed a "split long files" limit for Gitea that might also work for long diffs etc, so it is a good thing to also optimize websites. You can always request this at Codeberg (for pre-discussion and if you don't wanna use GitHub) or Gitea, that is both fine.

The Firefox thing is a bigger matter and although very important (from my experience, many websites suffer), it's less likely to be fixed soon.

@boud Diff for single file is not possible AFAICT (not sure). Feel free to open a feature request for it on Codeberg or directly upstream at github.com/go-gitea/gitea

Gitea 1.15.5 is released

We are proud to present the release of Gitea version 1.15.5.

We highly encourage users to update to this version for some important bug-fixes and some security fixes.

We have merged 14 pull requests to release this version.

We remind users that a bug was discovered with gitea dump in 1.14.3–1.14.6 and 1.15.0. Database dumps from these versions cause broken fields in the repo_unit and login_source tables causing the issue identified in #16961. Users on 1.14.x must upgrade to 1.14.

https://blog.gitea.io/2021/10/gitea-1.15.5-is-released/

#rss #gitea

@boud yes, this works in the GUI (the issue is for the API variant).
As mentioned in github.com/go-gitea/gitea/issu, just use the compare route. You can also use commit hashes there, e.g. to compare two trees of a repo
codeberg.org/Codeberg/gitea/co

This route is also accessible via UI using the compare button in the repo UI.

@deusfigendi keep in mind that technically all contributors are acting "illegal" before this "later" day.

Proper licencing is just a matter of fairness to users, contributors, and, last but not least, platform operators

@danjones000 Here you can find the announcement for the second batch of testers, application is still possible.

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@danjones000
is already available for selfhosting of course, and as a hosted service at upon request (closed alpha).

I'll tag you below the annoucement.

@WoodpeckerCI

Did you know: Software needs a free license to be considered as "free"? Adding no license means that all copyright remains to you by default.

Please check that your repos are under a proper free and open-source software or content licence.

Also check the new article about licensing that was contributed to the Docs a few days ago docs.codeberg.org/getting-star

@codeberg It does not restrict who can access my work, unlike the American cloud based services. This is really relevant in #science. These days all the work I submit to peer review references my @codeberg repositories.

@zigpress We haven't experienced any issues with their service so far, and by now they power a huge portion of encrypted web traffic. Anyway, you are free to choose an alternative, which are mostly proprietary.
@CodingItWrong

@codeberg I like that codeberg is a safe haven for free software projects. That and it's a privacy oriented service.

@codeberg
A community that is available via Matrix and ActivityPub (and of couse our non-profit status).

@codeberg The ideas & principles behind the project and the fact that is a perfect alternative to cringy proprietary stuff that wants to monopolize the market. Keep it going!

@codeberg

FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDOOOOM!!!!! (cue bald eagle cry, or cry of whatever animal represents freedom in your part of the world)

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