I am new to Gitea. Let me say that it is really nice (I have it running in Docker with Caddy and Mysql).
I teach CS at a 4-year institution in the US and have long used a gitolite based git server to circulate my source code to students and have them turn in their assignments. Took the plunge and will use Gitea this semester.
In the past I
- made a permissions group for each class and gave them read access to course repo
- gave each student permission to create repos of the form “name/p999” where 999 is any set of digits and is set, by the student, to the program assignment number. Such repos were private but I had read access. That means other students cannot clone them to turn the material in for themselves
So: To get similar performance on turn in: does the student need to assign the repo to an organization consisting of the two of us? If so, does anyone have a script for generating a lot of small organizations programatically? I admit to not having looked: Is there an on-creation hook for scripts?
Or - Have any other suggestions on workflow? I want to play this semester (and might not have exactly the security I wish) so that I can build some simple automation tools for next fall.