Due to Microsofts increasing influence on Github and the resulting focus on monetization, we have decided to move to Codeberg with Ziglings. We have also set up a handy URL to make it easier for all Zig learners: ziglings.org
Codeberg is a registered non-profit association, so we think it’s a good fit.
-Dave and Chris
Big thanks to @chrboesch for doing all the hard work on this move and for the ziglings.org domain!
Glad to see Codeberg get more popular, I moved several projects last year, the UI user experience is similar to GitHub, but it’s less stable than GitHub, so I’m still developing on GitHub, and use Codeberg only as a mirror.
Reposting from github issue:
Codeberg is noticeably slower than Github:
- preview of changes before commit - still generating after couple of minutes
Also on first fork I got 500.
Compared to Github for sure. But for Ziglings this is not so relevant and everyone can help to improve the infrastructure by donating: Codeberg Imprint
And that helps us keep some independence, a good feeling btw.