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GitHub Announces Free, Unlimited Private Repositories

GitHub users no longer have to pay to keep code private. The company is now offering unlimited private repositories to Free account users, with up to three collaborators. Developers have different reasons for wanting to keep their code private – it may not be ready, they may be working on (more…)

Drupal.org Migrates Developer Tools to GitLab

The Drupal Association announced this week that Drupal.org will be migrating its developer tools to GitLab. In selecting a partner for modernizing the project’s tooling, the association aimed to preserve the most valuable parts of Drupal’s workflow. They also wanted a partner that would keep evolving its code collaboration featureset. (more…)

GitLab Raises $20 Million Series B Funding

GitLab, which offers Git repository management and collaboration software, announced it has secured $20 million in a Series B funding round. Investors August Capital, Khosla Ventures, and Y Combinator are helping the company fund the next items on its roadmap, which includes issues, wikis, code review, continuous integration, continuous deployment, (more…)

Koding Open Sources Cloud-Based IDE, Partners with GitLab

A couple years ago, we published a tutorial for setting up a quick WordPress development environment using Koding’s free cloud-based IDE. The platform allows users to use popular applications or build their own using languages like Python, Java, Perl, PHP, Node.js, Go, and Ruby. Users have access to an Ace (more…)

GitHub Responds to Letter from Open Source Project Maintainers

Last month a group of open source project maintainers confronted GitHub with an open letter of complaints regarding issue management. They were frustrated by a lack of communication from GitHub and a lack of features for managing issues. More than 1700 maintainers of open source projects, including several projects related (more…)