GitLab to erase projects not updated for a year

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Questions remains around how GitLab will handle completed - but in-use - projects
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Questions remains around how GitLab will handle completed - but in-use - projects

The business aims to make annual savings of up to $1 million, but users have called it "wild"

GitLab intends to automatically erase projects from its free tier users' accounts if they have not been touched for a year. The policy, slated to go into effect in September 2022, could save the...

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