@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.
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.
@boud yes, this works in the GUI (the issue is for the API variant).
As mentioned in https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/issues/5561#issuecomment-449571851, just use the compare route. You can also use commit hashes there, e.g. to compare two trees of a repo
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
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 https://docs.codeberg.org/getting-started/licensing/
We released a new stable version v0.14.2 🎉
Thanks to all contributors!
@codeberg I like that codeberg is a safe haven for free software projects. That and it's a privacy oriented service.
@zigpress Please read about their motivation to use a 90-day lifetime for the #LetsEncrypt certificates at https://letsencrypt.org/2015/11/09/why-90-days.html
Thank you for your feedback!
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!
FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDOOOOM!!!!! (cue bald eagle cry, or cry of whatever animal represents freedom in your part of the world)
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