I've been pretty happy with using BitBucket  to host Mercurial
repositories. It doesn't have Trac, but it does have it's own decently
featured issue tracker, commit log viewer, and wiki system. The free
plan is generous enough for you to get started.
Mark A. Matienzo
Applications Developer, Strategic Planning
The New York Public Library
On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 2:22 PM, Yitzchak Schaffer
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello all,
> As I was considering whether to migrate our SVN repositories to Mercurial
> (or possibly Bazaar) so as to allow for distributed control (like if I'm on
> the train or otherwise off the grid), I got word from our IT higher-ups that
> they want us to stop hosting our code on our domain and server.
> Before I start trekking around looking for hosting, does anyone in the crowd
> here have a server set up, and is potentially willing to host Trac+SVN or
> Trac+HG for our open-source projects? We currently have two.
> Alternately, I'd love to hear suggestions on regular hosting providers -
> particularly for Trac+Mercurial.
> Many thanks,
> Yitzchak Schaffer
> Systems Manager
> Touro College Libraries
> 33 West 23rd Street
> New York, NY 10010
> Tel (212) 463-0400 x5230
> Fax (212) 627-3197
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