Code Hosting Services other than GitHub

1) Savannah


3) Sourceforge

4) Notabug

5) Sourcehut

6) Codeberg

Are you independent? You can make your own code hosting by using software behind several of those services, notably GitLab, Gogs, Gitea, and Kallithea.

@ademalsasa and as always, people forget to list git itself.

git + ssh works perfectly well. If you want multi-user git repositories, look into gitolite. If you want to have a web interface, look into cgit.

No need to use big web services for simple code hosting.

@ademalsasa I've never heard of Codeberg before, it looks really good!

@lanesweets thanks, I love to hear that. I really like if my post being useful. Good luck with Codeberg!

PS: ah, I forgot, do you know that recently Codeberg started to provide static website service similar to GitHub Pages? I think this could be good news for you.

@lanesweets see this example static website by @switchingsoftware. It is hosted in Codeberg Page right now. It is awesome, right? What do you think?

@lanesweets ah, sorry, once again I forgot, @infosechandbook also made their new website on Codeberg Pages: I admire this new Infosec website. It looks professional and I didn't feel it's a static when first time I saw it. What do you think also?


We plan to publish some guides related to this year.

Plus, one of our InfoSec Handbook contributors is also active member of the organization that provides


@infosechandbook @lanesweets awesome. Your plus is also awesome. And I really respect you replied to me directly. I admire your works at Infosec Handbook. They are all useful to me. Thanks!

@qub hello qub, thanks, and yes I already included Gitea on my post above.

@ademalsasa I must get my eyes checked. :blobpats: thank you though :p

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