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I’m laying the groundwork for a collaborative project which will require, not surprisingly, a private git repo. I’ll probably pay my $7/mo on GitHub but I’m wondering if there are other services offering free (or lower cost) private repos? I just read an promising article about using git with Dropbox but there’s one possible deal-breaking caveat: sometimes using a Shared DB folder with multiple users is problematic with git.

Todd


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I would just pay the $7 – there are other ways to do this, but they will cost you way more in your time.

Walter

On Feb 25, 2013, at 12:45 PM, Todd wrote:

I’m laying the groundwork for a collaborative project which will require, not surprisingly, a private git repo. I’ll probably pay my $7/mo on GitHub but I’m wondering if there are other services offering free (or lower cost) private repos? I just read an promising article about using git with Dropbox but there’s one possible deal-breaking caveat: sometimes using a Shared DB folder with multiple users is problematic with git.

Todd
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Signed up for Bitbucket. Free unlimited private repos for up to 5 users (plenty for my needs). Already setup and ready to go and hooked into Coda’s Source Control. This is way easier to setup than Subversion.

Todd

I would just pay the $7 – there are other ways to do this, but they will cost you way more in your time.


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