On 2009/10/23, at 09:10 , m.m-o.net wrote:

>
> Well, I ll try to ask more specific. Is there a way to use a repo
> where we can put our work, or branches of the work together and where
> everyone can pull from? Is there a way to do so without paying monthly
> fee and without using github? Github is not possible for us because we
> cannot publish our stuff before the final colloquium. I neither have a
> interconnection that is fast enough for a server nor own a remote one.

> Is there a way to use a ftp account for that?


It can be done with gitosis and a single SSH account dedicated to this  
purpose.
That is likely the minimum you need, or you can use WebDAV. WebDAV  
works VERY slowly
compared to the SSH mechanism. I've been much happier with gitosis for  
hosting privately.

http://eagain.net/gitweb/?p=gitosis.git;a=summary

Some documentation and  user experience stories:

http://www.shakthimaan.com/installs/gitosis.html
http://hokietux.net/blog/?p=58 <- would not load for me
http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Setting_Up_Git_ACL_Using_gitosis
http://eagain.net/gitweb/?p=gitosis.git;a=blob;f=README.rst <--  
official embedded docs


Alan Hawrylyshen

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