GitHub today announced that all of its core features are now available for free to all users, including those that are currently on free accounts.
That means free unlimited private repositories with unlimited collaborators for all, including teams that use the service for commercial projects, as well as up to 2,000 minutes per month of free access to GitHub Actions, the company’s automation and CI/CD platform.
But last January, the company decided to give access to unlimited private projects to all free users, though those were limited to three collaborators at a time.
“We’re switching GitHub from a pay-for-privacy model to pay-for-features, what’s typically called freemium — you may have heard of it,” Friedman said.
“The thing that everyone else can think about is: they can just use GitHub now, for whatever reason.

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