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    This is spam, it’s just a corporate blog post bashing a self-hosted tool and promoting itself: a commercial alternative.

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      The thing is that author of this article is also main contributor to Bors-NG.

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        Also, notice how sloppy people are about quality dollars. There is no discussion of “how much does it cost when it happens”, “how often does it happen”, and “how much does it cost to prevent it”. I suspect that it is not worthwhile except for the largest of large projects.