[ale] github

Kyle Brieden kyle at txmoose.com
Tue Jun 5 13:38:02 EDT 2018

GitLab is 100% open source and free to use.  In fact, even their 
business dealings are open source.  You can see their internal 
discussions in their issue tracker on gitlab.com.  They even have a pay 
calculator that's public.  Everyone is paid based on that pay 
calculator, so everyone knows what everyone else is being paid, etc...

They're growing and going through pains as their traffic surges 100x or 
more right now, but they're a damn good product and very well known.  
It's not just some random bullshit news blog clucking on about some 
project their brother started in his basement on his old P3 because he 
had an idea and "probably OK hardware" laying around.

Very respectfully,
Kyle Brieden

On 04-06-2018 19:45, Joey Kelly via Ale wrote:
> On Monday 04 June 2018 11:31:05 Charles Shapiro via Ale wrote:
>> You mean like this (
>> https://thenextweb.com/dd/2018/06/04/devs-are-flooding-to-gitlab-amidst-gith
>> ub-microsoft-acquisition-rumors/ ) ?
> It's not a free service, and I won't trust random news sites telling me 
> where
> I ought to herd next, anyhow. I'm sure this'll all be discussed in all 
> the
> usual open-source communities and we'll all get the word legitimately. 
> I'm
> going to try asking ESR about it at SELF, if given the chance.
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