Hosting your own git repo with Gitolite

After using CVS (A.K.A. “Crappy Versions System”) for way to long we decided to enter the twentieth century and move our code to Git. We had used private Github repos for some smaller projects, but were reluctant to move the whole organizations code to Github, so we started to look for alternatives. We have a lot of consultants, partners and short term employees working with our code so we needed a good way of controlling access to the repos and preferrably without giving each of them a unix user on the server where the repo is hosted. And guess what, Gitolite gives us all that.

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