GitLab announces it won’t delete inactive projects for free users

Theregiste reported Thursday that GitLab plans to automatically delete free user projects that have been inactive for more than a year to save on hosting costs, a move expected to save $1 million a year. The news immediately sparked controversy . GitLab issued a statement via its official Twitter account on Friday that after internal discussions, it decided not to delete inactive projects, but to move these inactive codebases to Object Storage, where access will be slower. Some developers searched and found that GitLab’s own project dependencies have not been updated for several years.

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