Since I discovered that Github was working with ICE (the USA police that puts children of my colour in cages) and were blocking people based on where they were accessing the website (thanks to the USA sanctions to any country that refuses to obey), I was uncomfortable in using their system.
I was looking for a good alternative, although GitLab is open source, they still are incorporate in the USA, so must follow the same unjust laws. Gitea was a better alternative, but I couldn’t find an instance that would host all my repositories for free.
I endup discovering codeberg. So for now I’m going to use it:
- For old repositories, I mirrored them into my new codeberg account. And now following some git instructions I’m pushing to codeberg and github at same time ( you can checck what my script does here).
- From now on I will avoid Github, new repositories will be created at Codeberg, unless there is something forcing me to use github.