Posts Tagged ‘self-hosted’

New Integration Between GitLab and Jira

We are expanding our spectrum of GitLab and Jira integration solutions and present a new option for self-hosted GitLab instances: to detect an event in GitLab and to perform whatever action you want. This option can have a number of uses. For example: If a commit was pushed to a GitLab repository and the commit’s […]

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What is Taiga?

Taiga is a project management tool, development management, issue, and bug tracking tool for shops that are based on Agile / Scrum / Kanban methodologies.  Taiga offers flows, forms, and fields that match those methodologies out-of-the-box. This is an alternative tool for Jira – especially for those who realize that Jira is too complex and […]

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GitHub Follows GitLab and Offers Unlimited Private Repositories for Free

Starting from today, GitHub is offering unlimited free repositories – at no charge  – on their public cloud (github dot com). It’s good for those who have a side-project and they want to keep it private; those who want to keep files private and those who want to hide a project before they make it […]

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