|After much deliberation of pulling the trigger on the 7 $/mo private Github account, I'm leaning heavily towards Gitlab.|
EDIT: I'm setting up a private repo for an upcoming project, and I'd like to run the issue tracking through some git service, potentially scaling to include a Kanban Board. Not sure if it's gonna be just me or other devs. This looks promising:
I've set myself the challenge of being as financially prudent as humanly possible, especially with this project, as it is an extremely low budget.
If Gitlab can offer free private accounts, with a couple cool features thrown in on the side, why shouldn't I use it?
Which do you use? Why not the other?
PS – I'm not from Gitlab, I'm just some hacker trying to lock up his stack. :)