GitLab is an open source app that mostly is used in order to host Git repositories. It also give your additional features such as issue tracking. It is developed to use your own infrastructure, it’s flexible to deploy as an internal repository store for your dev team. The Gitlab project makes the procedure of installing Gitlab pretty much straight forward. Here you will see how can you install it in an Ubuntu 16.
GitLab 7.7.2 and GitLab CI 5.4.2 had both been recently released. This release contains two security fixes, and its recommend everyone that uses protected branches, GitLab CI or LDAP to upgrade. GitLab 7.7.2 fixes: Security fix: Fix a bug where developers can push to a protected branch Fix an issue where a LDAP user can’t login with an existing GitLab account GitLab CI 5.4.2 contains a single security fix: Security fix: Fix a bug where a CI user can get the CI project token even if the user does not have access to the project Upgrading Omnibus-gitlab packages for GitLab 7.