After moving back to GitHub, I had decided to keep my Gitea server up as a fallback. Unfortunately, that’s not going to work.
I started self-hosting a gitea instance a few months ago — and now I’m moving back to GitHub. Here’s why.
My progress on… making sense of Gitea, and continuing to move out of the GitHub ecosystem.
Hmm… in today’s discouraging news, DroneCI does not recommend hosting it and Gitea on the same server using Docker. I guess I’ll stick with Vercel for now, then.
Quick thoughts on why I set up a Gitea server of my own and if it’s time to look to more open/standards-based collaboration tools.