7 free alternatives to Github
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ChiliProject is a project management that can duplicate most of the Github functions, especially if you used some plugins to complement the platform’s existing features such as code review, syntax highlighting etc. It is built on Ruby/Rails and can be self hosted on your own servers.
Allura is a web project hosting platform that is developed on Python. It has features such as wiki, ticker tracker, forums etc but doesn’t have code review as of now. It is open source and can be used as an internal tool.
Bitbucket doesn’t offer self hosting but you can use its private respositites for free if your team has under 5 users. It has a lot of similar functions as Github and should be a welcome alternative for folks with a smaller team.
Kiln is another hosted solution that offers Mercurial besides Git. You can try it for free but there is unfortunately no free accounts for teams at the moment.
Codeplane is a minimalist version of Github. It is not free but it is cheap enough to be practically free. Codeplane charges only USD9 per month with unlimited private repositories so it is ideal for developers with lots of side projects. .