GitHub makes private repositories free for everyone


GitHub’s private repositories will now be available for free with unlimited employees across all accounts, the company announced today.

The repositories were accessible through one of the paid plans if an organization wanted to use them for private development. Now teams can manage all their work, including CI / CD, project management, code review, and packages, all in one place, the company said in a press release.

Teams in need of advanced features, business functions or personal support can choose to upgrade to one of the available paid plans. GitHub also lowers the paid team plan price from $ 9 per user / month to $ 4 per user / month. For existing users, their accounts will be reduced in the future. (ANI)

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