— icircle (@IcircleIndia) August 4, 2014
Does my code have to be public?
Bitbucket and GitHub take different approaches to private and public repositories. This is at the heart of their pricing model, or even philosophy you might say. We’ll talk more about these differences below. Bitbucket offers unlimited free private repos while GitHub charges for them. Public repositories are unlimited and free in both services to an unlimited number of contributors.
Bottom line: No, you’ll get free private repositories on Bitbucket and pay for them on GitHub.
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