How safe & trustworthy are hosting sites such as sourceforge, github or bitbucket for closed-source projects? [closed]
I am considering using sourceforge, bitbucket or github for managing source control for my business. I have open projects and I participate in open projects such as gcc. But I also have a business ...
I was looking at google trends for bitbucket and github, and it seems bitbucket leads github in Romania, Bulgaria, and Latvia. Why is this so? Are there any historical reasons for this?
Need examples to show management that these are used for source control and effectively backup of projects. They will be concerned about having their source code off-site. If there are good ...
Both Mercurial and BitBucket make one fundamental assumption: 1 repo = 1 project. If I have a project that has a dependency (a library) which is shared by many projects, this assumption gets in the ...
I'm using Bitbucket for a few projects, but as of April 28, 2014 they will replace their End User Agreement with a new Customer Agreement. The new agreement mentions in 7.7.2: "You will not submit to ...
I have made a few libraries that different projects use. When I make changes to projects, I sometimes make changes to the codebase, and I want to be able to manage this all through sourcetree. So, ...
I've just used git-tfs to checkout a TFS repo into a Git repo. The .git directory comes to 2.33GiB, and the primary reason for this is a couple of large directories coming to about 650MiB each. Each ...
I often want to publish some useful standalone script - e.g., a matlab script which converts flac files into wav files. If it were a big project I would immediately place it in Github, however it ...