http://blog.assembla.com/assemblablog/tabid/12618/bid/6986/Release-2-0-restricting-free-plans-giving-back-with-features-and-pric

I'm very disappointed about this... I use Assembla for my personal projects(commercial) and now I have to move everything to another place!

There are some questions about different free hosting... I extracted some of the sites that offers free hosting for projects:

http://www.svnhostingcomparison.com/ http://www.codespaces.com/

If you know about others like assembla please post it!

Cheers from Argentina!

Comments

Might want to rephrase this as a question.

Written by itsmatt

Perhaps "Is there a free alternative to Assembla?"

Written by Dave DuPlantis

i rephrased the title to a question, if you don't like how it is you can revert it.

Written by Simucal

If you do commercial development, is the price really such a problem? It doesn't look expensive at all.

Written by Joachim Sauer

I think the paid version to Assembla seems like a good alternative. It's very cheap - I agree with Joachim since it's for commercial projects.

Written by Cam

Accepted Answer

Another similar is http://www.bitbucket.org/, but they only use Mercurial:
What does Bitbucket give you?

* A home for your Mercurial project(s)
* A simple, yet powerful web interface
* Access control, multiple readers and writers
* Push/pull over HTTP(s) and SSH
* Issue tracker
* Social aspect (following users/repos, events, etc.)
* Supports OpenID
* and more...

The free plan includes 150mb

Written by Matías
This page was build to provide you fast access to the question and the direct accepted answer.
The content is written by members of the stackoverflow.com community.
It is licensed under cc-wiki