GNU Savannah is a project of the Free Software Foundation, which serves as a collaborative software development management system for free Software projects.
- Free • Open Source
- Source Code Hosting Service
- Version Control System
What is GNU Savannah?
GNU Savannah is a project of the Free Software Foundation, which serves as a collaborative software development management system for free Software projects. Savannah offers CVS, GNU arch, Subversion, Git, Mercurial, Bazaar, mailing list, web hosting, file hosting, and bug tracking services.
Savannah's focus is for hosting free software projects and has very strict hosting policies, including a ban against the use of non-free formats to ensure that only free software is hosted.
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- Source Code Hosting
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Recent user activities on GNU Savannah
- Danilo_Venom added GNU Savannah as alternative(s) to Apache Allura
- K0RR added GNU Savannah as alternative(s) to Frog Git
- patrycjam added GNU Savannah as alternative(s) to Kaholo
Extremely restrictive and poorly administered hosting platform.
Hosting free software on GNU Savannah is not mandatory and, in addition, the graphical interface is very unintuitive for end users. Once you send a file you may no longer be able to remove it without the permission of the administrators and the programs that are not explicitly approved by the administrators remain on a separate domain, marked as "Non-GNU".
Avoid this service as if it were the plague, there are considerably better alternatives.