I maintain a number of open source projects which use large libraries (e.g. OpenCV). I am storing these libraries (DLL, libs) using git lfs.
Now that the versions have updated a few times, there are now many versions of the library stored in git lfs - which means that the storage quota is exceeded. I don’t want to pay to store these libraries because these projects are maintained pro-bono by myself. Ideally I’d like to delete the old libraries from Git-Lfs, but it seems that the only way to do so is to delete the projects entirely grom github and to start again.
- A lower cost tier (e.g. 5GB for 1 USD / month)
- A free allowance for open source projects / contributors (e.g. if you have a badge?)
- Tools to visualise which repos are taking up what amount of storage
- Ability to remove files from git-lfs
- Store files by SHA hash so that files do not need to be stored twice