On 2017-02-20 19:46, Christopher Howard wrote:
> The only tradeoffs with savannah nongnu is it sometimes takes them a few
> weeks to approve your project hosting, and they require you to put
> licensing information on each code file (a really good idea anyway).
No. That is like saying that the only tradeoff with using GNU Social
instead of Twitter is that sometimes the messages may arrive a little
slow. Another tradeoff is that there are very few people and projects
on any site besides Github. This is the reality.