In an effort to reduce red tape when subscribing to GitLab Enterprise Edition, we’ve made some changes to our subscription Terms that make them more digestible to potential customers.

Here is a summary of the important changes:

  1. Grant of License clause that provides a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-sublicensable license to use GitLab Enterprise Edition;
  2. Clarification that suggestions, feedback and code submitted for inclusion in GitLab, becomes the property of GitLab;
  3. Clarification on the payment process, including the ‘true-up’ payment model;
  4. Inclusion of GitLab's warranty that there are no trojans or the like in GitLab EE;
  5. A new paragraph relating to US Government matters;
  6. A change in governing law from the Netherlands to California, USA.

These updated subscription terms do not apply retroactively.

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