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Interesting! GitLab’s built-in Docker registry is one of my favourite features. And, they added support for npm and Maven, recently.
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This is awesome, this will take some of the dependency that the community has on Docker hub and distribute it elsewhere.
God am I not a fan of the waitlist thing github has going on. I’m on the waitlist for both this and the CI tool… sigh
Interesting. Wonder if this is a direction lead by the MS purchase or already on the roadmap?
My organization uses GitHub Enterprise and Artifactory heavily and I see a lot of value added if we can combine our use cases for Artifactory and GHE into one solution, ie GHE.