Tuesday announced a plan that had been in the works for quite some time now,
nstating that the changes were not related to the COVID-19 worldwide health
crisis. The new structure allows access to GitHub’s private repositories with
unlimited collaborators for all GitHub accounts.
intend using GitHub for private development, have to subscribe to one of
GitHub’s paid plans. However, all developers should have access to GitHub
without price being a barrier, Friedman said. Teams now can manage their work
in one place, including continuous integration and continuous delivery or
deployment (CI/CD) software engineering, project management, code review,
package management, and more.
want everyone to be able to ship great software on the platform developers love”.
Those who need advanced features such as code owners or security assertion
markup language (SAML), or personalized support teams can upgrade to one of
GitHub’s reduced-fee paid plans. This is a very significant move for open
source. GitHub has changed the development world by giving engineers the
freedom to use and collaborate though public and private repositories, observed
Netdata CEO Costa Tsaousis.
have access to a tool where they can contribute to other projects or create their
own,” he told LinuxInsider.