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Self-hosting a tiny git remote

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  1. DataWraith
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    The author has a server running 24/7 so I'm not sure what using Syncthing on top of that really accomplishes vs. just using SSH to host bare repos on that server. For my own use, I've set up...

    The author has a server running 24/7 so I'm not sure what using Syncthing on top of that really accomplishes vs. just using SSH to host bare repos on that server.

    For my own use, I've set up gitolite on a Raspberry Pi, and it is fantastic. I especially like the feature that you don't have to create a repository manually before cloning it, as an empty one gets automatically created just-in-time. This is compatible with my endless stream of small projects I don't necessarily want to share.

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