It likely helped that we already had a variety of open source projects on
github, and I told them our primary impetus for private repositories was
to get off of gitlab and centralize everything with them.
On 7/11/14, 10:01 AM, "Francis Kayiwa" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>> Another +1 for Github Issues. If youıre uncomfortable putting the
>> website in a public repo theyıve given us 50 private repositories
>> for free and have asked us to spread the word. You can just head
>> over to https://education.github.com/ and request a discount for
>> your organization - theyıve been amazing to work with. =)
>I had (sample of one) to jump through so many hoops and still couldn't
>convince them to give me what you got.
>FWIW All bitbucket needs is a .edu account and they will give you
>unlimited repos. Sure not as *cool* as github but also has had less
>bad press than github. ;-)
>Anything is good if it's made of chocolate.
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