GitHub alternatives

GitHub is the best place to share code with friends, co-workers, classmates, and complete strangers. Over seven million people use GitHub to build amazing things together. Free public repositories, collaborator management, issue tracking, wikis, downloads, code review, graphs and much more…
GitHub alternatives are:
Sourceforge, Gitlab, Google Code, Bitbucket, Beanstalk
Here are the latest news about GitHub:

2016 GitHub gets project management tool

GitHub unveiled the "biggest update" of its Git-based code hosting service. With this update, GitHub is moving beyond code by adding some basic Kanban board-like project management features. GitHub always featured support for integrations with a number of project management tools, but now you will also be able to use this new built-in tool to move cards with pull requests, issues and notes between columns like “in-progress,” “done,” and “never going to happen” (or whatever else you want those columns to be called). Like Trello and similar tools, you’ll be able to drag and drop cards between columns as needed.

2015 Version control service GitHub raises $250M

2014 GitHub Enterprise now works on Amazon Web Services

2014 ZenHub helps engineering teams manage projects inside GitHub