Uwe Brauer <o...@mat.ucm.es> writes:

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Sorry if this off-topic but I got curious. I stumbled of the talk Linus
Thorvald gave in 2007 about git

It is fun to watch [1]

And he emphasizing DVCS, but I am wondering, how was this
supposed to work in 2007. Github/gitlab/bitbucket did not exist, only
sourceforge if I remember correctly.

Git is only a client software, as far as I know.

Anybody knows how this was done in 2007?

I believe it had 'git daemon' (or something like it) already back then. It was also possible to use it over SSH (something I believe all of the services you mention at least used to do under the hood).


[1]: https://git-scm.com/docs/git-daemon

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