We are excited to announce that we have raised $1.5M in seed funding for GitLab to accelerate growth and expand operations. Read on
We've asked for your opinion and with your help we have finally chosen our new logo, view them here!
Today we will begin operating as GitLab, Inc. Read more about this here!
We've updated the default/recommended SSL ciphers for all GitLab installations and implemented new ciphers on GitLab.com. Read more!
With less than a week until GitLab 7.12, we've got a nice preview for you today: Merge Request Approvals in GitLab EE. View more here!
Although the preferred way to install GitLab is to use our omnibus packages, you can also install GitLab Community Edition or Enterprise Edition 'from source'.
Today we are announcing two changes to GitLab Enterprise Edition subscription pricing. You can learn more here!
If you're upgrading to GitLab Enterprise Edition 7.11, which introduces licenses keys, you're probably planning to upgrade to 7.10.5 first. Learn more here!
To reduce red tape for potential customers when subscribing to GitLab Enterprise Edition, we’ve made some changes to our subscription Terms
Find information from GitLab relating to the recently announced Logjam vulnerability which allows an attacker to do a man-in-the-middle attack!
This is a guest post by Mike Gerwitz, a free software hacker and activist, and author of GNU ease.js on the free software ideology
At GitLab, after careful consideration we have decided to update our company logo. View the new design here!
Every single GitLab installation ships with a powerful continuous integration tool: GitLab CI. Read how to enable it in 2 minutes.
This blog post about he alternative CI runner written in Go that can be easily run on any server with support for all latest technologies, including Docker.
From now on, GitLab Omnibus packages for Debian 8 will be available with every release. Learn more here!