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commit 8ceeda5f0777f00cfcc324f26028ed375be97123
parent a04438086c586a539d5594172150a125bfc78bf5
Author: Jake Bauer <jbauer@paritybit.ca>
Date:   Mon,  6 Jul 2020 00:30:43 -0400

Remove hyperbolic loading time estimate

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Mpages/blog/switching-to-cgit.md | 12++++++------
1 file changed, 6 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)

diff --git a/pages/blog/switching-to-cgit.md b/pages/blog/switching-to-cgit.md @@ -20,12 +20,12 @@ offers. ### What I Didn't Like About Gitea -Regarding this first point. A typical page on Gitea takes seconds to load and -usually weighs between 2 and 3 megabytes. I didn't do any rigorous testing of -large diffs or anything like that, I just loaded up the front page and my -profile page. Compared to cgit, which takes milliseconds to load and has page -sizes comparable to my website (10-20 kilobytes), Gitea feels agonizingly slow -to use just like GitHub and GitLab. +Regarding this first point. A typical page on Gitea took at least a second to +load, if not longer, and usually weighed between 2 and 3 megabytes. I didn't do +any rigorous testing of large diffs or anything like that, I just loaded up the +front page and my profile page. Compared to cgit, which takes milliseconds to +load and has page sizes comparable to my website (10-20 kilobytes), Gitea feels +agonizingly slow to use just like GitHub and GitLab. Regarding the features, Gitea comes with things like built-in repo wikis, CI/CD, social features similar to GitHub, a system for multiple user accounts, and