Replace GitHub #

GitHub is a development platform used by millions of people. This platform is unfortunately closed-source, and is owned by Microsoft, an anti-private and anti-freedom corporation.

Cgit #

A hyperfast web frontend for git repositories written in C.

Codeberg #

Collaboration platform forked from Gitea with a custom theme, branding, design, etc.

Disroot Git #

Vanilla Gitea instance by the Disroot organization.

Forge TeDomum #

Vanilla GitLab forge by the TeDomum organization.

NotABug #

Collaboration platform forked from Gogs.

SourceHut #

A software development platform for hackers.

Be warned that the user interface may not be familiar to the end-user, as it looks different to GitHub's.


Self-hostable Git forges #

This is a list of Git services that can be self-hosted.

Gitea #

A lightweight, community maintained Git service project forked from Gogs.

GitLab Community Edition (CE) #

A web-based DevOps lifecycle tool that provides a Git-repository manager providing wiki, issue-tracking and continuous integration and deployment pipeline. — Wikipedia

The main instance, gitlab.com, uses nonfree services like reCAPTCHA, Google Analytics, Cloudflare, etc. This can be verified by using uBlock Origin.

Gogs #

A lightweight, self maintained Git service project written in Go.

Pagure #

A Git forge written in Python by the Fedora community.

SourceHut #

A software development platform for hackers.


List of Community-Hosted Code Forge Instances #

Lists of Git forges maintained by an individual or by a community.