Git Repository Hosting Service

Git is a free and open source distributed version control system.

This service hosts git repositories for groups in the University of Cambridge. It provides:

  • Access to public repositories with University branding
  • Collaboration with people outside the University
  • Hosting for private repositories
  • Accounts that belong to institutions rather than individuals
  • Delegated management and fine-grained access control
  • Local, reliable, fast repository hosting
  • Free: no per-user or per-repository charges

Browse repositories

This is the external public view. Authenticated users can switch to the internal view.

ast-gw: Gravitational Wave Group, Institute of Astronomy

bpi: BP Institute

cas-les4ccfm: Centre for Atmospheric Science: LES4CCFM project

ceb: Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

ch: Department of Chemistry

ch-co: Department of Chemistry - Computer Officers

ch-knowles: Knowles Group

ch-vignolini: Department of Chemistry - Vignolini Group

cimr: Cambridge Institute for Medical Research

cimr-phaser: Read Group, Phaser sources

cl: Computer Laboratory

cl-mobile-systems: Mobile Systems, Computer Laboratory

cl-pico: Pico Project, Security Group, Computer Laboratory

cl-rainbow: Rainbow Group, Computer Laboratory

cneurol-cog: Department of Clinical Neurosciences, James Rowe Cognitive Neuroscience group

eng-divf: Information Engineering Division, Department of Engineering

eng-energy: Engineering Department Energy Group

eng-milab: Machine Intelligence Laboratory, Department of Engineering

eng-mlg: Machine Learning Group, Department of Engineering

eng-sigproc: Signal Processing and Communications Laboratory, Department of Engineering

homerton: Homerton College

law: Law - Faculty of Law

lib: University Library

maths: Mathematics (DAMTP and DPMMS)

pet: Peterhouse

phy-lsc: Labotatory for Scientific Computing, Department of Physics

phy-pool: Computing Pool, Department of Physics

phy-sc-ml: Machine Learning within Scientific Computing at Physics

stemcells: CSCI - The Cambridge Stem Cell Institute

trin-clock: Trinity Clock Instrumentation

uis: Cambridge University Information Services