GitLab pivots on decision to wipe dormant projects
GitLab appears to have pivoted on a decision to automatically wipe dormant projects.
On Thursday, The Register reported that GitLab planned to delete projects that have been inactive for a year and are owned by free users. The policy was due to come into effect in late September.
GitLab is said to have estimated the policy would save it up to $1 million a year. However, following the report, GitLab’s technically unannounced policy received significant...