First-ever Gitea pull request from a remote instance!!! 🎉🥳
I've been waiting for this moment for months now!
The code hasn't been pushed to https://gitea.com/Ta180m/gitea yet since it's incredibly messy, but I'll clean it up tomorrow and also submit a draft pull request to upstream Gitea.
(Technical implementation information: https://gitea.com/Ta180m/gitea/issues/7)
I'm sure you're familiar with opening git issues to report bugs and such, you do that a lot with FOSS programs like kdenlive, Friendica, etc. Now if federating between gitea servers are possible then you would be able to use your account on https://git.trom.tf to open new issues on projects that are on other gitea servers like https://codeberg.org without having an account there. And users from codeberg would also be able to contribute to projects on your server 😁
Um was geht es bei dem Code überhaupt?
Selbst ein Hello World braucht einen Grund warum es geschrieben wurde.
Nein die Versions History im ReadMe erklärt nichts.
@ta180m That's pretty cool. I'm looking forward to this feature in the new Gitea release. Good luck to you!
Can/should i update my Gitea instance to this version until it gets merged to Giteaʼs main? Or will it ever get merged, or is this a fork and Gitea main will go a different route?
@6543 I feel like the real hard work will be federated collaborators, organizations, and the UI. Everything else is pretty simple in comparison.
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