Simple question.  I do my own development, a lot.  Now, I've been using GIT 
at work and figured it was about time to set up my own version control on 
my personal stuff. 
I've installed GIT and it is all ready to go, but I currently have only 
"local" repositories.  There is no, "remote" to compare to.  At work we use 
GitLab.  This seemed the easy route for me to go, since I already know 
both, but I can't seem to use their own API against their website.  It 
seems their website may only be a temporary testing ground and not the full 
product, which has to be run on a Linux server and Apache.  I do not have 
one, nor can I get to one easily, (nor do I want to deal with the hassle).

So, since GitLab is out, I wanted to know if there is any "software" or 
other such Git setup that will allow me to host a central "remote 
repository"?  I don't want to deal with only the local repositories, 
regardless of the powerful branching system, I want a central repository of 
everything, so I can manage my current production versions.  I am perfectly 
okay with using a cloud based system of a self hosting concept is not 
available, as long as it doesn't cost too much (free would be preferable), 
and there is a grace period for validating it can do what I need.  I need 
the ability to manage nearly 100 projects, at less than a gig of storage 
space necessary.  

Any Ideas?

Jaeden "Sifo Dyas" al'Raec Ruiner

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