Replacing GitHub w your own Git Server = "Project Nephology"
I'm sure everyone remembers a few months ago when Microsoft surprised everyone when they bought Github, immediately followed by a huge exodus of users who remember the 80's and 90's when Microsoft's favorite pastime was ripping off code they couldn't buy or squash. Seemed like an apropos excuse to dust off "Project Nephology" and talk about setting up your own hosted git server.
So for the next stlLUG, we'll discuss some of the options available for hosting your own git server. And, if all of my notes are still up-to-date, possibly walking through what it takes to git one of these bad boys up and running.
FYI: We won't be teaching how to use git.
Bio: Joe Cathell is an infosec professional at the Washington University in St. Louis. When not defending our next generation of doctors from Russian hackers, he can usually be found at the Arch Reactor Hackerspace. Joe is a founding members of Arch Reactor where he also co-organizer of the monthly STL2600 / DC314 meetup, as well as a regular presenter.
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