To be fair he suggested more possible solutions, not only github.
Gitlab for example is open source and can be installed on your own server as 
far as I know...

Just my 2 cents...



Am Donnerstag, 22. September 2016, 20:57:26 schrieb Jonathan Michalon:
> Le Mon, 19 Sep 2016 19:52:41 +0300,
> 
> Ruslan Makhmatkhanov <cvs-...@yandex.ru> a écrit :
> > > 3. Outsource problem, that is move to e.g. Github or Gitlab or
> > > BitBucket or whatever you feel comfortable with, where a lot of
> > > users and potential contributors.
> > > 
> > > I would personally prefer the third option for obvious reasons. But
> > > I know it is not the easiest solution.
> > 
> > +1 for #3. It will be much easier to contribute patches and to handle
> > problem repors.
> 
> So you want privacy but ask developers to give all their informations
> to github or any other centralised container ? Also use gmail maybe ?
> Simplicity has a cost, we may better thank Yann to handle all the work
> of being independant on that point :)
> It's for sure a compromise, with pros and cons, but coming from someone
> picky about privacy sounds strange to me.
> (couldn't avoid answering to that, sorry for the noise :))
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