Synonyms for gitlab or Related words with gitlab

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Examples of "gitlab"
Some notable solutions and vendors include Bitbucket, GitLab, GitHub, Electric Cloud, and CFEngine.
At the time of the GitLab acquisition, there were four Powow employees behind Gitorious. GitLab CEO Sytse Sijbrandij, responding to comments about the acquisition on Hacker News, wrote that "[Powow] wanted to shut the company down without a bankruptcy". So, GitLab, as a way to bolster their user base, bought Gitorious even though they were not hiring the employees or using the Gitorious software. In addition to providing optional migration to GitLab.com, GitLab opened discussions with Archive.org about preserving the Gitorious repositories for historical reference. As of mid-2016, as a result of efforts by GitLab, ex-Gitorious staff, and Archive Team, Gitorious.org exists as a read-only mirror of its former self, containing some 120,000 repositories comprising 5TB of data.
Linux.Wifatch was later released on GitLab by its authors under the GNU General Public License on October 5, 2015.
On March 15, 2017, GitLab announced the acquisition of Gitter. Included in the announcement was the stated intent that Gitter would continue as a standalone project. Additionally, GitLab announced that the code would become open source under an MIT License no later than June 2017.
Gitorious was then acquired by GitLab as of 3 March 2015. GitLab kept gitorious.org online through May 2015 and added an automatic migration function for project to move to GitLab.com which offers both paid and free hosting services and maintains an open source "community" edition for self-hosting.
Since the 29th of August 2013 an english version of MetaGer is available. MetaGer's source code was released on Gitlab at the 16th of August 2016.
Gitorious was a web-based hosting service for collaborative free and open-source software development projects that use the Git revision control system. The name also refers to the free and open-source server software that the Web site is developed and hosted on. According to the Git User's Survey in 2011, Gitorious was the second most popular hosting service for Git, with 11.7% of respondents indicating they use it, behind 87.5% using GitHub. On 3 March 2015, Gitorious was acquired by GitLab B.V., who announced service through gitorious.org will be discontinued on 1 June 2015 and encouraged Gitorious users to make use of its import tools to migrate projects to GitLab.
GitLab is a web-based Git repository manager with wiki and issue tracking features, using an open source license, developed by GitLab Inc. The software was written by Dmitriy Zaporozhets and Valery Sizov from Ukraine. The code is written in Ruby. Later, some parts have been rewritten in Go. As of December 2016, the company has 150 team members and more than 1400 open source contributors. It is used by organisations such as IBM, Sony, Jülich Research Center, NASA, Alibaba, Invincea, O’Reilly Media, Leibniz-Rechenzentrum (LRZ) and CERN.
U2F Security Keys are supported by Google Chrome since version 40 and Opera since version 40. U2F security keys can be used as an additional method of two-step verification on online services that support the U2F protocol, including Google, Dropbox, GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, Nextcloud, Facebook and others.
Buddy (also known as Buddy.Works) is a web-based and self-hosted continuous integration and delivery software for Git developers that can be used to build, test and deploy web sites and applications with code from GitHub, Bitbucket and GitLab. It employs Docker containers with pre-installed languages and frameworks for builds, alongside DevOps, monitoring and notification actions.
Matt Lee (born July 21, 1981) is a British artist, software freedom activist, hacker, and writer. Matt is a free software developer at GitLab and was previously technical lead of Creative Commons, from 2014-2016. He is a speaker and webmaster for the GNU Project. He also maintains the GNU social and GNU FM packages.
Codacy is configurable: users, can define and enable or disable patterns. It integrates with GitHub, Bitbucket, JIRA, YouTrack, Heroku, HipChat and Slack. Codacy also offers an Enterprise version that runs in the clients' servers and integrates with Jenkins, GitHub Enterprise, Bitbucket Server and GitLab.
Vexor helps a developers’ team to keep to Continuous Integration methodology. The original code of the project can be stored at GitHub, Bitbucket or at GitLab. The amount of workers launched simultaneously is not limited as they automatically start for each new build.
SourceForge was one of the first to offer this service free of charge to open source projects. Since 2012 the website runs on Apache Allura software. SourceForge offers free access to hosting and tools for developers of free / open-source software, competing with other providers such as GitHub, Bitbucket, RubyForge, Tigris.org, BountySource, Launchpad, BerliOS, JavaForge, GNU Savannah, and GitLab.