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base_url = "https://ishanjain.me"
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title = "ishan jain's blog"
description = "ishan's blog"
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title = "Configuring Gitea to clone repositories over SSH"
slug = "gitea-clone-repositories-over-ssh"
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tags = ["gitea"]
#description = "In this post, I go over a few ways to configure Gitea to clone repositories over SSH"
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There are two common ways to clone repositories. One is over HTTPS and another is using SSH. Cloning with HTTPS is fine for public repositories but you have to enter credentials every time to clone private repositories or push your changes to remote.
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You can tape over this problem and let git cache credentials by adding this in your `~/.gitconfig`.

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UPI is India's Domestic(for now) cross bank Payment solution. When registering on the platform, You can create some UPI IDs(or Virtual Private Addresses, VPA. I'll be calling this VPA from here on) which look like <name>@<handle>. Then, Anyone else on the platform can send you money using your VPA and nothing else. The payments are instant and there is no transaction fee for now.
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## What changed?
When UPI was introduced, Most UPI Applications showed you the VPA somewhere in the UI and they did not make deliberate attempts to hide the VPA. From the user experience's side, This was maybe not _great_ because VPA was a new concept for a lot of people but the benefit of it was that once you have the VPA you can send money to it from any UPI Application.