Both github and bitbucket are decent choices. Github supports binary downloads on the "Releases" page of your repo. And also Github has website hosting (I haven't used it but it's their github.io sites platform). For the domain name integration, have a look here:hugbug wrote:I don't know free alternatives who provide:
As long as you go to nzbget.net (instead of sf.net/projects/nzbget) you are safe.
- hosting for binary downloads;
- web hosting for static pages and dynamic pages (php);
- domain name integration for web-hosting.
Using wiki & tracker in github gives you some integration benefits. For example, you can say "Fixes #123" in your commit message and that will be tied to issue number 123. I agree a forum is more user friendly than a mailing list, but using MLs is very common for open source.hugbug wrote:That's what I mean, I don't see another service offering the same.
Of course, if SourceForge wouldn't exist anymore, I would need to choose a less rich service but currently SourceForge provides best service for NZBGet. An NZBGet user rarely see SourceForge frontend: custom home page, custom download page, custom wiki, custom forum. Only when clicking on a download link a SourceForge page is shown for 5 seconds. That's not a big price for such a quality service, which is also free.
Nonetheless NZBGet is prepared to migrate to another hosting (VPS) if necessary, thanks to avoiding vendor lock features from SF. That's why I'm not going to use wiki or tracker from GitHub.
Have you looked at http://www.tuxfamily.org? They seem to fit the bill, and nzbget should fit all requirements to be hosted there. They support php http://faq.tuxfamily.org/WebArea/En#Supported_languages, a download page http://faq.tuxfamily.org/Downloads/En and support the use of your own domain http://faq.tuxfamily.org/WebArea/En#If_you_own_a_domain.hugbug wrote:That's what I mean, I don't see another service offering the same.
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