Ntfy is a free and open source notification service written in Go which lets us easily send and receive push notifications on smartphones or desktop computers via simple POST or PUT requests. The basic online service is publicly available free of charge and, on Linux, it is also possible to self-host an Ntfy instance.
Git is, by far, the most used version control system. Being it “distributed”, means that each user can clone its own full copy of a repository on which he can work even if offline, pushing changes to a remote only when ready. Git repositories are not designed to host sensitive information, but in certain situations, the ability of transparently encrypt the content of a repository can come in handy. The git remote-gcrypt helper is designed with this goal in mind.