GitLab reverses its decision to delete dormant projects

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GitLab reverses its decision to delete dormant projects
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GitLab reverses its decision to delete dormant projects

Following an outcry, it now plans to move unused repos to object storage

GitLab has apparently abandoned its plan to automatically erase projects that have been inactive for more than a year and which belong to its free-tier users. Users voiced their worries about th...

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