From Gemnasium's post:
GitHub had done something like this before. In 2016 they created new tools and features that competed with ZenHub and Waffle. More recently, GitHub announced static code analysis coming as a feature. They will compete directly with their partners Codacy, CodeClimate, and others. A couple of weeks ago they announced updates to their project boards that again compete directly with Waffle.
As a GitHub user what do you think? And how this may affect you?
My opinion is, no doubt, adding more good features to GitHub is what they suppose to do. But, on the other hand, I think this might discourage integration builders to make new things as they now know their work would probably be added to GitHub natively of it's that good.
I'm curious to hear your thoughts :)