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Comparison Table

This table is aimed at helping to decide which service to install on OSGeo machines to provide hosting for OSGeo projects.

The priority of each parameter is not currently defined.

See a list of requirements here

Feature Gitea GitLab-CE Trac Kallithea
deployed in staging YES NO YES (in use) NO
open dev. model YES MOSTLY (2) YES
security level
LDAP groups sync NO
autonomous creation of repositories YES YES NO YES
autonomous creation of organizations YES NO YES
organization management YES YES NO YES
private repositories YES YES YES
external issue tracker YES (example) YES NO MIN
automatic mirroring of git repos YES NO (EE only)
internal issue tracker YES YES YES NO
tool to migrate from trac YES YES n/a tbd
tool to migrate from github YES
external wiki YES tbd
internal wiki YES (1) YES (1) YES NO
comment issues via mail NO YES YES YES
PostgreSQL backend YES YES YES YES
Multilanguage 15 languages YES YES
Comments on diff lines NO YES YES (via plugins) YES
Pull requests YES YES NO (?) YES
Webhooks YES YES tbd
Edit GIT hooks YES (only for enabled users) YES
CI external (like drone) integrated YES (plugin) YES
tracking of forks YES (example) YES NO YES
download area NO (but annotated tags become downloadable packages) YES (3) NO
static web pages NO NO NO YES
ticket reply by mail NO YES (via plugin)
  • (1) : GitLab and Gitea wiki permissions match repo ones. GitLab and Gitea wikis can be accessed through a git repo.
  • (2) : GitLab's development process is subject to discussion and subjective opinions. Be careful when stating a definite answer to this question. You can read here and also here and there with your trollometer on.
  • (3) : GitLab allows to add release notes to git tags. Release notes are Markdown text, and you can attach files to it, resulting in a download area much like github's release area.

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