Moving the open-source stuff from phab.mmmk2410 to GitLab
The journey started in early 2016 when I decided to move my open-source projects and their management away from GitHub. First I launched a cgit instance for viewing the code and set up a gitolite for repository hosting. After a short time I moved the repositories to a self-hosted Phabricator instance at phab.mmk2410.org, because with that platform I had the possibilities for project management like issues or workboards. But this concept also didn’t last for long.
I’m proud to present all of you another piece of software that I wrote: Scorelib. Scorelib is a music score organization tool with a command line interface, perfect for usage in your favorite terminal emulator. As most of the software I develop, it is written for Linux systems and published on GitHub. The entered data is saved in a SQLite database in your home directory. Currently Scorelib is in version 0.