Gitea 1.5.1 (ReadyNAS OS 6 x86 / ARM & RAIDiator 4 x86)

Gitea 1.5.1 has been released a couple of days ago but I just now came to updating the apps/add-ons for ReadyNAS OS 6 (x86 & ARM) as well as the add-on for ReadyNAS systems still running RAIDiator 4 (x86):

Gitea 1.5.0 (ReadyNAS OS 6 x86 / ARM & RAIDiator 4 x86)

Gitea 1.5.0 has been released so I updated the apps/add-ons for ReadyNAS OS 6 (x86 & ARM) as well as the add-on for ReadyNAS systems still running RAIDiator 4 (x86):

Gitea 1.4.0 (ReadyNAS OS 6 x86 / ARM & RAIDiator 4 x86)

Gitea 1.4.0 has been released so I updated the apps/add-ons for ReadyNAS OS 6 (x86 & ARM) as well as the add-on for ReadyNAS systems still running RAIDiator 4:

Gitea: Git Management for ReadyNAS OS 4 (x86)

After releasing Gitea for the ReadyNAS OS 6 platform I received quite a few requests for Gitea on the older RAIDiator 4 platform. To be able to provide such an add-on I first had to port a newer git version to those systems. Now that this is done I’m happy to provide Gitea for all users with an x86 based system running RAIDiator 4. The add-on currently includes git version 2.15.1, an even newer version than what is available on ReadyNAS OS 6.
If that sounds interesting to you, here is the links to the add-on:

Gitea: Git with a cup of tea (ReadyNAS OS 6 x86 & ARM)

This is from my EYOD department. After using the old trusty git add-on on a RAIDiator 4 based system for years and after a short foray into self-hosted GitLab I came across Gitea. It offers all the functionality I need from a web based git management system without the bloat that comes with GitLab. Don’t get me wrong: GitLab is a fantastic tool – if you’re working in a larger team, need integrated orchestration of automated build pipelines on external systems and want to have integrated chat and metrics. However, if you just want to organize your code within a small team and at the same time want to make sure everything is safely stored then running Gitea on the ReadyNAS fits the bill much better. Of course all the niceties like HTTP and SSH acces to repositories, deploy keys, web hooks and even a wiki and an issue manager are included. So are hooks to external build pipeline should those be needed. And much, much more.
If that sounds interesting to you, here are the links to the apps: