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You can already have mirrors with #GitLab (and probably with github too, but I don't know or care of that offer a self hosting option).
In other words, you either explained yourself very badly or, I suspect, you do not understand the technology.
Approximately one year ago #Microsoft bought GitHub, kicking of something that become a group of people discussing formalizing a specification for federated code hosting platforms. This specification work ended up with the name #ForgeFed and is currently developed by the #Peers community. The end result will be a set of extensions on top of #ActivityPub that allows any code hosting platform to federate with any other code hosting platform.
ForgeFed is using the brand new #Feneas forum for discussing various spec items. Everybody is welcome to participate, though especially good would be to get people from the various code hosting platforms to give their thoughts about what they would be happy to implement.
Join the discussion here: https://talk.feneas.org/c/forgefed
The ForgeFed repository for the specification is hosted at notabug.
#decentralization #git #svn #mercurial #bazaar
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When people first started doing Fantasy #Sports via newspapers, paper, pencils, and hand calculators I thought, "whatever #nerds." Then one year (about a decade ago), I tried #Fantasy #Hockey because a nephew's league needed an even number to run the head-to-head style league. It was a lot of fun despite my nephew and his high school friends being willing to #Collude against me during the playoffs.
After that, I ran my first Fantasy #Football #League at work because the other league at work had #Cheating going on. We had lots of fun, and I learned how to tweak the points system so that very experienced #FF Managers didn't have an advantage over the #Newbie who just watches their favorite team on #Sundays, has no #Math #Skills and has nearly no #Computer skills.
As the lone #Developer of a project I'm working on at home right now, it's very hard to find people with an interest in this fun endeavor. It's just as fun to do a non-betting league as it is to do a #Betting league. The most we did when I ran it as a betting league was $20 per #Manager at the start of the season and the payouts were such that half the managers won their money back or more. All the bets were paid back out with no #Vig kept towards the league.
I really wish I knew if people don't know about it, don't care about it, or have strong #Opinions against it.
!Fantasy Sports Discussion