I'm not an experienced git user, but what I'm doing in a fairly limited way is 
to put a git archive into what is called a “safe” (web-based file storage 
account) at cloudsafe.com. They give you 2 GB free and have cost effective 
larger accounts. Anyway, the reason I chose them is that their free accounts 
come with webdav access and will allow access to individuals you choose. On 
OS/X, it's pretty trivial to mount a webdav drive as /Volumes/Git, and that's 
where I put the archive. So far, it's just me using it, mostly for versioning & 
archiving. I'd be interested in any other stories about using webdav for git 

Greg Shenaut

On Apr 1, 2012, at 5:07 PM, Trans wrote:

> Heroku is your friend if you have the $.
> On Friday, March 30, 2012 2:04:40 PM UTC-4, Yves S. Garret wrote:
> Hi, 
>    My organization has fallen in love with cloud computing (yay, 
> progress, moving into the future!)  What I would like to know is how I 
> can combine the cloud and Git.  I'd love to host my projects in there 
> (either as backups of releases or main repo where we push stuff prior 
> to a release).  I'm planning on using Git as a sort of CMS so that we 
> can make changes to documents and keep track of the said changes. 
> I've googled the subject a little, but would like your expert 
> experience to point me to some good solutions and avoid the bad ones. 
> What can you say based on personal experience?
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