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Jan 15, 2014
The Internet, Circa 1993
Use Bitbucket. It's free, and it's Mercurial so you don't have to put up with the tyranny of GIT. I have no idea why anyone would put up with sourceforge's crap these days. Even github would be better.


We need a dev environment for 70+ people with wiki, forums, source, etc. I don't know where else to look for. Speaking of that, anyone here can help us with SVN or git? We're trying to make the game open source but we can't move the files to sourceforge. It's throwing errors which someone more experienced could fix


We have the options of using git and mercurial on SF. The issue is that they're throwing errors.
Github doesn't allow projects larger than 1GB and bitbucket is limited to 5 users

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