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Well, I think I have said that since 2020  and it is self-evident that you are better off self-hosting your own Git repo. If you can host a website you can do it. If GNOME, ReactOS, Wireguard, Linux Kernel Project, Mozilla, etc can do it, so can you. If not, a backup / failsafe can be used just in case.
Going all in on GitHub just doesn't make any sense anymore.
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> I figure at this point we'd get something of why this is happening.
I've created a new discussion in their feedback repo asking for this, three major outages in a week could really do with a post-mortem: https://github.com/github/feedback/discussions/13344
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It seems there's a tracking issue here, but it seems stalled: https://github.com/go-gitea/gitea/issues/1612
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Did you consider woodpecker instead of drone? It's basically an evolved fork of the OSS version.
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Another self-hosted project in the space that i've seen was GitBucket, although it runs on the JVM (not necessarily a bad thing, just different from Go): https://gitbucket.github.io/
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I don't recall ReactOS, or the creators of wireguard having 'multi million dollar budgets'. How is it that even projects like RedoxOS  are able to self-host on a GitLab instance using a subdomain, without giant budgets in the millions?
You don't need a 'multi-million dollar budget' to self-host a git repo and may of these open-source projects have been doing so even before GitHub existed for years. Even if they did, there isn't an excuse left. At the very least I would expect something like what ReactOS is doing by having a self-hosted backup just in case GitHub goes down or vice-versa. 
Looks like that is proving to be useful.
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I think that parent means also things like CI, release repository, PR review, etc.
These are not easily portable, but honestly is because of this lock-in that I prefer to use separate/independent tools. For my open source project , I am putting things on github and it is the link that give to most people, but in reality is just a mirror to the gitlab repository, which I use for CI and static page hosting, and the "project management" is done on Taiga 
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