Who cares if nobody can work, the important is that those illegal streams are blocked

  • @QuazarOmegaA
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    45 months ago

    I was on GitLab for a time (and still keep the account for following stuff and maybe contributions), but felt it wasn’t as free and community focused as I would have liked to, so I decided to move away and went to Gitea (the hosted instance), shortly after I discovered Codeberg which aligns with my ideals even more, so I went to try it and it stuck.
    The UI isn’t that bad in my opinion and it’s more responsive than GitLab’s, so I appreciate it.
    Not to say that it’s the perfect platform of course, at least not yet, I miss GitLab for the easy actions/CI and deployment of pages, but I’m hoping that Forgejo actions will land soon enough and make things better.

    Note: recently I found out a userstyle that tries to modernize the UI by following a Material You-like interface called Gitea Modern, don’t know if it’s still holding up since it’s been archived

    • @nanoUFO@sh.itjust.works
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      25 months ago

      Really gitlab went down the niche client path and no longer is a non Microsoft alternative? Sadge, at least I know about codeberg now.

      • @QuazarOmegaA
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        25 months ago

        No no, don’t get me wrong, it very much still is, it’s really great for what it is, but for my own purposes it’s a bit too much maybe, and I never thought to come back also because I was, and still am, anticipating federation on Gitea/Forgejo, I didn’t expect that GitLab would add that in as well, so now that’ll be a moot point when the relevant merge requests do land

    • Aatube
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      15 months ago

      It’s not bad per se, but it leaves a lot to be desired and I think it’s about as responsive as GitLab.