I started learning github actions (and wrote about it). Not true. I was reading about them, trying to understand how they work. I invested one day, after clarifying the terms for me I figured out that I can go as simple as using some actions from the github marketplace and be done. But I prefer to understand what's under the hood. So I did dive in and found that there are multiple repos and more, there is a power behind github actions that seems to go beyond what travis, drone or jenkins offer.
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I am gladly using codeberg (as github alternative)
for as many projects as I can, really support their mission.
"Independent and powered by your donations and contributions".
I struggled a little bit to figure out the URL that works for a package that is not on npm yet, but exists just as a codeberg repo.
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