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GitLab has lots of features available even in the Free plan, like pages, pipelines and continuous integration, issue boards, wikis, time tracking. I really like that GitLab offers free private repositories and much more space per repository comparing to other Git repository management tools. Another significant point is that GitLab is under constant development, so new features appear on a constant periodicity.

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It has may free Features and you cant Host the Server on your own!

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The most transparent company I've met so far.

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Because microsoft messes up with your head. Maybe microsoft is a plague. Maybe a cure. I don't know yet.

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Poor Linux zealot.

Who talked about Linux?

@gusreisc as always, such people don't have the guts to answer back. They just insult and run away like a little rat.

@gusreisc must not know that Microsoft bought GitHub.

@jgod, I think you are right. Thanks, I didn't think that way.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Embrace%2C_extend_and_extinguish
"Embrace, extend, and extinguish",[1] also known as "Embrace, extend, and exterminate",[2] is a phrase that the U.S. Department of Justice found[3] was used internally by Microsoft[4] to describe its strategy for entering product categories involving widely used standards, extending those standards with proprietary capabilities, and then using those differences to strongly disadvantage its competitors.

The variation, "embrace, extend and extinguish", was first introduced in the United States v. Microsoft antitrust trial when then vice president of Intel, Steven McGeady, used the phrase[8] to explain Microsoft vice president Paul Maritz's statement in a 1995 meeting with Intel that described Microsoft's strategy to "kill HTML by extending it".[9][10]