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commit f400317d1e22c877db51f8c63ccb517994afc01f
parent bfcd6e712b2148ba549f31eae781f60d58b9581f
Author: Jake Bauer <jbauer@paritybit.ca>
Date:   Wed, 27 May 2020 15:39:51 -0400

Minor spelling and grammar fixes to git service blog post

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Mpages/blog/choosing-a-self-hosted-git-service.md | 19++++++++++---------
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diff --git a/pages/blog/choosing-a-self-hosted-git-service.md b/pages/blog/choosing-a-self-hosted-git-service.md @@ -58,14 +58,15 @@ get used to the interface of Gogs as it's nearly identical. It also uses the pull-request method of development and maintains a fairly clean-looking UI. Just like GitHub and GitLab, it's a bit heavy on the front-end JavaScript and -its accessibility and client-side performance suffers as a result. It does -provide the features one would want from a software force such as CI/CD, Wikis, +thus its accessibility and client-side performance suffers as a result. It does +provide the features one would want from a software forge such as CI/CD, Wikis, and issue tracking. -It's easy to host since it's a statically-compiled binary so one just needs to -install a backing database, set up some configuration, and run the binary to -have a fully-featured software forge up and running. It seems appropriate for -anywhere from single-user instances, to medium-sized groups and teams. +It's easy to host since it's a single, statically-compiled binary. One just +needs to install a backing database, set up some configuration, and run the +binary to have a fully-featured software forge up and running. It seems +appropriate for anywhere from single-user instances, to medium-sized groups and +teams. ### Gitea @@ -134,8 +135,8 @@ SourceHut and Gitea if the installation guide is anything to go by. Similar to SourceHut, this service may be more than you need if you're looking for a simple way to show off your Git repositories. It is fully-featured and -competently developed though, so if you're looking for an alternative to GitLab -for, say, a group or team of people then this is worth checking out. +competently developed though so, if you're looking for an alternative to GitLab +for a group or team of people, Phabricator is worth checking out. ### Gitolite @@ -143,7 +144,7 @@ for, say, a group or team of people then this is worth checking out. * **Programmed In**: Perl * **Supports**: Git -Gitolite is different than any other Git service in this post; it isn't a full +Gitolite is different from any other Git service in this post; it isn't a full software forge and doesn't have a web interface. Instead, it simply provides a way to host many git repositories with virtual users and fine-grained access control. <q>Gitolite is an access control layer on top of git.</q>