Create and Manage Repositories
If you want to set up a repository in Space, first your need to find a project to store your repository in. You can either create a new project or add a repository to an existing one.
Once you have a home for your future repository, you can:
Create a new repository and start from scratch or push some source code to it that you have locally.
Migrate an existing repository from another Git hosting service.
Create a synchronized mirror of an existing repository from another Git hosting service, such as GitHub or GitLab. Mirroring works both ways, which means commits will be pushed to the external repository when pushed to your Space mirror.
After you have created a repository, you can: