GitLab recently announced plans that meant repositories that were part of its free tier would be erased after a year of inactivity. This led to complaints from users of the GitHub rival, saying that it was unfair and that the decision made no sense. Having listened to the negative feedback, GitLab has now announced a change of heart. Inactive repositories will no longer be deleted when they have not been active for a while, but there will still be consequences for inactivity. See also: DuckDuckGo to block Microsoft tracking scripts after user uproar about recent revelations Microsoft ‘fixes’ language bar… [Continue Reading]

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