After the acquisition of GitHub by Microsoft, developers swarm into GitLab.
After Microsoft announced its $7 billion 500 million acquisition of GitHub, many developers were upset and began looking for alternatives. GitLab has seized the opportunity to open open source projects and educational institutions free of charge to attract more developers to join the announced advanced self managed GitLab Ultimate program and the hosting Glod program.
GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij said:
The move has attracted many people to join, and after the GitHub news release, GitLab received more than 14300 independent visitors, which opened more than 100 thousand new Repositories on GitLab.com.
Dissatisfied with Microsoft's acquisition of GitHub netizens, drying out facial expression packages
Although the new CEO says GitHub will stick to its independent and open operation, it is still difficult to soothe many people's emotions. So in various social networks and forums, we saw some netizens' magic expression packages created by netizens. It seems that even though Microsoft has been actively embracing open source in recent years, many people still can't forget the long-standing hostility that it once held on this matter.
Some are worried that Microsoft may designate its future product code or force its products in the future. According to SlashDot, some developers complain that Microsoft may add tracking or advertising to GitHub.
Twitter netizens @Wired Martian ridicule GitHub this car will be knocked over by Microsoft.
Some people feel that, just like Windows 10 is forcing automatic updating, habits are good.
Others want GitHub to send MS Office's big eye clip as programming assistant.
Large eye clip
Although Microsoft CEO Satya