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GitLab - Your Own Private GitHub by Eric on February 1, 2020

![](/img/gitlab_0.png)GitHub is great for open source projects and if you haven't been there to see what's going on you're missing out.  They offer free git hosting for all of your open source projects.  Their UI is great for tracking issues, commits, users, updates, and so much more.  But let's say you want to use all of that great UI on a project you don't want open source.  That's when you'll need to pay GitHub for a few private repositories.  Or maybe you want to create an organization for you and your developers to create private projects and manage larger applications across many repositories.  You'll need to pay for that too. Those prices can get pretty steep.  Luckily for you there is an open source solution to GitHub called GitLab.  It runs on Ruby and you can set it up all by yourself by following these GitLab Installation Instructions.  That assumes you have a server ready to serve and work for you.  If you don't you can quickly set up a great Amazon EC2 instance and in...