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Project Management

We offer free redmine environments as well as subversion or git repositories to our members.

Our redmine environments are hosted on Recently we opened our own section on github which should be used for all new projects. We also have the possibility to host a limited amount of private projects on github.

Quick cheat sheet on how to use git for syn2cat:

The URL for a repository is usually in the form: git:// for the read only version and git+ssh:// for the read/write version. If your redmine user is different than you local user, you need to specify that as well like this: git+ssh://

First time you work on a project? Copy paste the text into your unix shell:

git clone git://  # change url to the project you want (see above)
git config push.default matching

You modified stuff and want to send it to the server? Do this:

git commit -a -m 'my commit message'
git push [whereto] [mybranch]

Want to retrieve stuff that others have modified? Here you go:

git pull

If you add a new file, you need to tell git about it:

git add path/to/the/file

Free Email Account

Members can also get a fully fledged imap/smtp email account, including a modern webmail interface.
The following domain names are currently available:, and
See Email for more information.

Access to syn2cat file vault

All syn2cat data, unless otherwise marked, is licensed under the CC-BY-SA license, which means that you may use and redistribute the files as long as you give due credit and re-publish them under the same terms. You may access the data (read-only) by using git:

git clone git://

If you'd like to get write access, please drop us a line.

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On-Site Computers

Note: after the move from Stage1 to Level2, this list (being autogenerated) is misleading. Most of material is in storage as we had to dismantle the ComputerMuseum

Use Form:Computer to add another one.

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