A Simple GitLab frontend.
Laboratory uses GitLab's REST API to fetch data about users/groups and repositories (those so-called 'projects').
flaskand all its dependencies
- List projects for any instance
- List group projects
- List group subgroups
- Issues (no comments though)
- Show a commit
- Partial README rendering
Unfourtunately, accessing more data about users requires authentication, so don't expect Laboratory to fetch more than that unless GitLab changes that.
- Implement Merge Requests (currently all API calls to MRs must be authenticated)
- Implement Logging in (possibly just a matter of getting the token key and using it for all requests, plus some other features like creating repos)
- Group wikis
- Proper support for project wikis that aren't really repositories
- And more
- When searching for a repository in GitLab.com, the API returns an internal server error. This is GitLab.com's problem, not ours.
- Laboratory is very sensitive about URLs
- Laboratory currently cannot render RST-formatted README files
- Laboratory freaks out when a blob is not a "normal" file (e.g. an image)
For an instance to be listed here, it needs to meet the following requirements:
- Instances MUST have been up for at least a month before it can be added to this list.
- Instances MUST have been updated in the last month. An instance that hasn't been updated in the last month is considered unmaintained and is removed from the list.
- Instances MUST be served via domain name.
- Instances MUST be served via HTTPS (or/and onion).
- Instances using any man-in-the-middle service MUST be marked as such (e.g. Cloudflare, DDoS-Guard...).
- Instances using any type of anti-bot protection MUST be marked as such.
- Instances MUST NOT use any type of analytics.
- Instances running a modified source code MUST respect the AGPL by publishing their source code and stating their changes before they are added to the list and MUST contain a link to both the modified and original source code of Laboratory in the footer.
- Instances MUST NOT serve ads NOR promote products.
- Instances MUST NOT restrict or disallow the access / usage to any natural person (e.g. a country's IP range MUST NOT be blocked, access by a natural person MUST NOT be disallowed for arbirary reason) - this rule doesn't apply to juridical persons.
Note: If you see any instance in this list not following the rules, please let us know.
|URL||Author||Vanilla/Modified/...?||Note||Has an onion site?|
|https://lab.vern.cc||~vern team||Vanilla.||Has alternate subdomains. Sometimes down.||Yes|
|https://laboratory.vitali64.duckdns.org||Ferass||Patched.||Used as a testing ground.||Yes|
These screenshots may be outdated.
Browsing Group repositories
Browsing a repository