At GitLab we'll tell you to make small merge requests, review and merge often. But in the real world, you have to build a complex feature that requires weeks and thousands of changes.
In this post we'll look at how you can find out about the direction of the project.
January 22nd, 2016 is our 50th consecutive release! To celebrate, we're hosting a happy hour in San Francisco on Friday, January 22, 2016
Today we are announcing two big changes to the GitHost platform and to its plans and pricing.
GitLab has joined Ruby Together as an Emerald member, helping to ensure that everyone who uses Ruby will be able to depend on Bundler, RubyGems.org, and other Ruby infrastructure.
We want to give everyone that loves GitLab the opportunity to help shape its progress and be empowered to do this effortlessly.
Recently we switched to using the on-premises open source Piwik software.
Support for Git Large File Storage is now included in GitLab.com, GitLab Community Edition and Enterprise Edition.
Today we're excited to announce the Pivotal Cloud Foundry tile for GitLab Enterprise Edition.
Today we announced that we have over one million downloads between Gitlab CE and GitLab EE.
GitLab will be sponsoring OSCON in Amsterdam from October 26th to October 28th, 2015. Would you like to join us?
Today Perforce launched Helix GitSwarm built on top of GitLab.
Today we are proud to announce our $4 million Series A funding from Khosla Ventures.
We would like to facilitate researchers' efforts by integrating GitLab with the Open Science Framework (OSF).