GitLab 6.2 Features Public Projects

The latest version of GitLab can be downloaded from Softpedia

By on October 23rd, 2013 19:01 GMT

GitLab, a fast, secure and stable solution based on Ruby on Rails & Gitolite and distributed under the MIT License, is now at version 6.2.0.

GitLab doesn't shy away from the fact that it is inspired by GitHub and the project is even hosted there.

According to one of the developers, Valeriy Sizov, GitLab is made by people from all over the world and takes pride in the fact that critical issues are fixed within 24 hours.

Highlights of GitLab 6.2:

• Users can now visit public project pages (files, issues, wiki, etc.) without having a GitLab account;
• Users can now upload their own avatar;
• The current password is required when changing the password;
• A new sign-in page has been implemented.

More details about this release can be found in the official announcement. Download GitLab 6.2 right now from Softpedia.
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