GitLab CE is only a small portion of the GitLab featureset even today, and
anything beyond that which isn’t part of CE would have to either be paid
for or reimplemented locally. That’s true regardless whether we consider
the dotcom or self-hosted scenario. And it’s a lot of features, including
some that GitHub makes available to all users (even free accounts). Perhaps
comparisons between the two should focus on those. (“Merge Request Reviews”
was my cherry-pick.)
This isn’t true, the majority of GitLab’s features are implemented in CE, and
the feature matrix is really not useful to see what product is in what
version. Most of the features that are not in CE are useless in practice.
Merge request reviews are in CE.