By Xavier Landreville on 13/02/2015
This is the first part in a series of system administration and management posts.
It used to be that if you wanted to run your own SCM system or VCS, you needed years of experience and a grey beard. However much has changed in the past few years.
We at OpenConcept switched from bare Git to GitLab about a year ago. The driving factor behind our change was to simplify the management of repositories and give our clients the option to gain direct access to them. We also picked up a bunch of useful functionality at the same time; things like pull requests, issue links, and teams.
If you don’t know...