You may also want to look at atlassian.com if you're doing enterprise work.
They specialize in "behind-the-firewall" solutions.
On Dec 12, 2012 7:47 AM, "Serge Matveenko" <se...@matveenko.ru> wrote:

> On Wed, Dec 12, 2012 at 5:27 PM, John McKown
> <john.archie.mck...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Thanks. I had forgotten that encrypting data tends to "randomize" it and
> so
> > it wouldn't compress very well. What I was thinking was of was GitHub's
> > private repositories perhaps containing company proprietary software. It
> > might be attractive to a startup which recruits non-local talent and does
> > its work via the Internet rather than in an office building. In that
> case,
> > my paranoia would kick in about the possibility of GitHub being "hacked"
> and
> > my source stolen or compromised. I guess in this case, it would be wise
> for
> > the startup to run a GitHub Enterprise virtual server on its own
> equipment.
> > Or, like I do, have a "git" subdirectory on a machine which contains the
> > various repositories and is accessible only via SSH. I.e. keep it "in
> house"
> > with external developers having an SSH connection to the "git server".
>
> You may be interested in using gitolite
> https://github.com/sitaramc/gitolite to host your repositories "in
> house". The setup is easy and you will get many features that github
> has.
>
>
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> Serge Matveenko
> mailto: se...@matveenko.ru
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>
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