After 2 months, more than 3,000 developers registered in the Mos.Hub open source development library

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Summarize this content to 100 words After 2 months, more than three thousand developers registered in the Mos.Hub open source development library, which is positioned as an analogue of GitHub and GitLab. They have published more than 1.6 thousand open source projects in the solution library.The goals of the Mos.Hub project are to provide Russian developers with an open platform for creating new useful products, to preserve the competitiveness of Russian solutions, and to help programmers gain independence from similar foreign platforms. Mos.Hub is part of a large work on the formation of the capital’s ecosystem of software development, as well as a full-fledged analogue of the most popular foreign platforms. All published code on the platform is stored on secure servers near Russia.”At the end of May, we opened access to the city platform for joint work with Mos.Hub code to all Russian IT specialists. It is a full-fledged analogue of popular foreign platforms, while working with Mos.Hub is free for the industry, has a convenient authorization system through Mos ID, and all the code that developers host is stored on secure servers in Russia. The project aroused great interest and turned out to be in demand: today more than 1.6 thousand projects have already been placed in it. Almost 85 percent are public, among them, for example, libraries, courses, educational projects, bots, source codes, package collections, blogs, sites, programs,” said the press service of the Department of Information Technologies of the city of Moscow.In the coming months, DIT plans to open automatic code checking tools for errors and vulnerabilities to developers on Mos.Hub. There will also be additional features that simplify collaborative software development, including mirroring external repositories, automating approval rules and merging code, and ranking and evaluating projects.On May 30, 2023, the Moscow government opened access to all users to the Mos.Hub open source development library.The site was tested in April. Then the developers explained that “there is a gitlab with a redesign and a good translation, you can use it.”Information support of the Mos.Hub project is provided by specialists of the Department of Information Technologies of Moscow (DIT). At present, the project has finished the closed testing of the site and is open for work to all users based on the Mos ID authorization system.Mos.Hub provides a repository for developers to store and collaboratively improve code. The service allows you to configure code access rights. For example, you can open it to all users or publish it in a closed repository that only the author can access. In the future, developers will be able to use tools to analyze the code for errors and vulnerabilities, comment on it and rate it.Projects page «Review of MosHub”. A dream project. According to OpenNET, Mos.Hub was initially built on the basis of the GitLab open platform. The Google Recaptcha cloud service was used to verify the captcha on the site, and to display user avatars on all pages, pictures are downloaded from the gravatar.com site, which allows its owners to monitor the activity of service users.

After 2 months, more than 3,000 developers registered in the Mos.Hub open source development library

After 2 months, more than three thousand developers registered in the Mos.Hub open source development library, which is positioned as an analogue of GitHub and GitLab. They have published more than 1.6 thousand open source projects in the solution library.

The goals of the Mos.Hub project are to provide Russian developers with an open platform for creating new useful products, to preserve the competitiveness of Russian solutions, and to help programmers gain independence from similar foreign platforms. Mos.Hub is part of a large work on the formation of the capital’s ecosystem of software development, as well as a full-fledged analogue of the most popular foreign platforms. All published code on the platform is stored on secure servers near Russia.

“At the end of May, we opened access to the city platform for joint work with Mos.Hub code to all Russian IT specialists. It is a full-fledged analogue of popular foreign platforms, while working with Mos.Hub is free for the industry, has a convenient authorization system through Mos ID, and all the code that developers host is stored on secure servers in Russia. The project aroused great interest and turned out to be in demand: today more than 1.6 thousand projects have already been placed in it. Almost 85 percent are public, among them, for example, libraries, courses, educational projects, bots, source codes, package collections, blogs, sites, programs,” said the press service of the Department of Information Technologies of the city of Moscow.

In the coming months, DIT plans to open automatic code checking tools for errors and vulnerabilities to developers on Mos.Hub. There will also be additional features that simplify collaborative software development, including mirroring external repositories, automating approval rules and merging code, and ranking and evaluating projects.

On May 30, 2023, the Moscow government opened access to all users to the Mos.Hub open source development library.

The site was tested in April. Then the developers explained that “there is a gitlab with a redesign and a good translation, you can use it.”

Information support of the Mos.Hub project is provided by specialists of the Department of Information Technologies of Moscow (DIT). At present, the project has finished the closed testing of the site and is open for work to all users based on the Mos ID authorization system.

Mos.Hub provides a repository for developers to store and collaboratively improve code. The service allows you to configure code access rights. For example, you can open it to all users or publish it in a closed repository that only the author can access. In the future, developers will be able to use tools to analyze the code for errors and vulnerabilities, comment on it and rate it.

Projects page «Review of MosHub“.

A dream project.

According to OpenNET, Mos.Hub was initially built on the basis of the GitLab open platform. The Google Recaptcha cloud service was used to verify the captcha on the site, and to display user avatars on all pages, pictures are downloaded from the gravatar.com site, which allows its owners to monitor the activity of service users.

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