For some weeks now, I am testing and experimenting features from GitLab.com.
I’ve clearly been impressed by the large scope of features offered by the free edition:
- Manage Projects,
- Manage groups and users in da group
- create and manage git repository (sic:)
- propose a full CD/CI pipeline
- manage issurs and merge request (like pull request in github.com/bitbucket.org)
- And add some wiki that can be operated with gollum.
And the last but not least :
- project management with kanban/agile dashboard to manage issues through milestones. A very Rich user interface for a free access product (in a limited quantity of data/access/build).
To be able to install gollum on ubuntu, its a little bit tricky for te non-ruby-developpers.
$> sudo apt-get install ruby ruby-dev make zlib1g-dev libicu-dev build-essential git cmake $> sudo gem install gollum $> sudo gem install gollum-markdown
And then you can start Gollum and open the local server address to see your pages:
$> gollum == Sinatra/1.3.5 has taken the stage on 4567 for development with backup from Thin >> Thin web server (v1.5.0 codename Knife) >> Maximum connections set to 1024 >> Listening on 0.0.0.0:4567, CTRL+C to stop