In a recent post I mentioned that I was going to stop resisting a 100% commitment to Emacs. While I was working on the first step of reorganizing my .emacs stuffs, I also gave up resisting git. I’m now working on that project on github.
I managed to get myself into an awful lot of trouble with the old version of git that Ubuntu ships and a “helpful” emacs package called egg, but the git community members on #git (irc.freenode.net) were extraordinarily patient and kind, and helped me recover.
Resistance is indeed futile.
I found the following resources invaluable for setting up remote Git repos on my FreeBSD server with lighttpd:
Also, this article explains how to set up digest authentication to protect gitweb from unwanted observers.