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@nougcat@mstdn.social It's nonfree and completely controlled by Microsoft
It isn't even really a git forge. It extends git and uses social engineering in such a way that it practically prevents people from leaving, and it makes people feel as though they must have an account to interact with developers. It's just another antisocial media platform.

More good reading is to be found here: raccoon.onyxbits.de/blog/why-n

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@cobra @nougcat github and gitlab do provide significant additional functionality over bare git, unfortunately.

@cobra @nougcat There is a tool for making issues part of git, which then makes issues portable when changing forges. I don’t recall the name of it but that’s possibly the answer to the question in the blog “Download the issue tracker (not the data, the service)?” Although it seems like a bad question. It’s the data you need to port not the service. /cc @hacknorris

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