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    The Gitter Badger
    @gitter-badger
    [Lee Tickett, GitLab] best bet might be to run thruogh a few "practice processes"
    so you're ocmfortable you know how to update from master, spin off new branches, push up to your fork, raise an mr, rebase etc
    Tennyson Takudzwa Zvaita
    @tzvaita_gitlab
    I think I have a fairly good understanding of git lol. It's just GDK that I still have issues with haha, still trying to understand what it really is and how everything is supposed to work.Hopefully will get it soon. Thanks for the help @gitter-badger
    will reach out if I run into problems
    Joseph Jose
    @josephjose_gitlab
    Hi l am from India l won gitlab swag as apart of Gitlab commit quest . I want to know that we have to pay anything to receive
    Christos Bacharakis
    @cbacharakis_gitlab
    Hi @josephjose_gitlab. Have you received a link to order your swag?
    Joseph Jose
    @josephjose_gitlab
    Yes
    Christos Bacharakis
    @cbacharakis_gitlab
    Normally no, you shouldn't. But again it's up to each country's rules for importing goods.
    Joseph Jose
    @josephjose_gitlab
    @cbacharakis_gitlab but in mail mention that may apply custom fees,it not covered by gitlab
    Christos Bacharakis
    @cbacharakis_gitlab
    Yes it might. Unfortunately, we are not aware of each country's customs fees so we can budget the cost and cover it in advance. However, if you have any issues with customs fees, please reach out again at contributors@gitlab.com
    Joseph Jose
    @josephjose_gitlab
    @cbacharakis_gitlab thanks
    İsmail Arılık
    @ismailarilik_gitlab
    Hi. How can I find a route in GitLab? I have looked at config/routes.rb but I couldn't find the info I need.
    Specifically I am looking for the paths users/sign_up/welcome and profile/password/new
    The Gitter Badger
    @gitter-badger
    [Unknown] That's a rake task I always forget
    [Unknown] I'm not sure if it's this?
    bundle exec rails routes
    [Unknown] I'm afk so can't check
    İsmail Arılık
    @ismailarilik_gitlab
    I have found them, thank you!
    The Gitter Badger
    @gitter-badger
    [Unknown] Did that command help or did you use a different technique?
    Issue Helper
    @IssueHelper_gitlab
    Can anyone tell me where GitLab markdown renderer code is located? Specifically for:
    1. GitLab MR description generator (example page: gitlab-org/gitlab!69229)
    2. GitLab MR diff generator (example page: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab/-/merge_requests/69229/diffs)
    İsmail Arılık
    @ismailarilik_gitlab
    @gitter-badger I tried the command but it was too verbose. I found what I am looking for in the config/routes directory.
    İsmail Arılık
    @ismailarilik_gitlab
    Hi. I need a way to test whether the vscode:// link is working or not. You can see this link under Clone dropdown in any repo. After clicking this link a confirmation dialog will be opened to ask whether you want to open this link or not. I need a way to get if this dialog is opened.
    The Gitter Badger
    @gitter-badger
    [Lee Tickett, GitLab] I feel like that would be outside of scope as it's testing the browser/operating system rather than "our code". What do you think?
    İsmail Arılık
    @ismailarilik_gitlab
    This is the issue: gitlab-org/gitlab#322540
    This is the related MR: gitlab-org/gitlab!68492
    İsmail Arılık
    @ismailarilik_gitlab
    Actually what is asked for is not to test the dialog. It is whether the dialog is opened or not so is the link working.
    The Gitter Badger
    @gitter-badger
    [Lee Tickett, GitLab] Yeah I would have thought the dialog would depend on what you have installed etc
    [Lee Tickett, GitLab] I'll ask around :)
    The Gitter Badger
    @gitter-badger
    [Lee Tickett, GitLab] https://stackoverflow.com/a/26888469/1091061 can we do something like this?
    İsmail Arılık
    @ismailarilik_gitlab
    Maybe, let me try.
    Thanks.
    Christos Bacharakis
    @cbacharakis_gitlab
    Hi friends! We decided to postpone the hackathon (originally planned for next week) for the 22nd-23rd of September, to ensure more internal support from the engineering teams and do another outreach push to communities interested in participating.
    Siddharth Asthana
    @edith007_gitlab
    :thumbsup:
    Anshuman Singh
    @singhanshuman_gitlab
    Looking forward to the upcoming hackathon @cbacharakis_gitlab !🚀
    The Gitter Badger
    @gitter-badger
    [Markus Koller, GitLab] Test :wave: (nevermind me)
    Divyansh Kulshreshtha
    @divyanshkul
    Hello! Just got to know about the GitLab hackathon, super pumped to participate in it
    One question, what if the issues that are open right now (in the list) get closed / someone else starts working on it before the hackathon
    The Gitter Badger
    @gitter-badger
    [Lee Tickett, GitLab] Hey divyanshkul- always best to post a comment on an issue when you decide you want to work on it and we can assign it and remove the ~accepting merge requests label to try and avoid that scenario
    Siddharth Asthana
    @edith007_gitlab
    I have been trying to Install all dependencies using asdf using command make bootstrap in gitlab-development-kit getting this error very often
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    Can someone help me with this??
    The Gitter Badger
    @gitter-badger
    [Markus Koller, GitLab] @edith007_gitlab the "Connection timed out" errors sound like network problems, you can always retry that part with asdf install in the GDK root.
    Leni Kadali Mutungi
    @lenikadali_gitlab
    Hey. I installed GitLab using GDK and I would like to work on an issue. How do I keep my fork up to date? I installed using the defaults provided by GDK so it points to GitLab main.
    How do I make GDK work with my fork?
    Leni Kadali Mutungi
    @lenikadali_gitlab
    I looked in the documentation and it seems to be a bit unclear how to do this.
    Leni Kadali Mutungi
    @lenikadali_gitlab
    Update: the standard way works (adding a remote). I think I just freaked out a little :sweat_smile:
    The Gitter Badger
    @gitter-badger
    [Lee Tickett, GitLab] glad you nailed it
    Siddharth Asthana
    @edith007_gitlab
    getting the same connection timed out error again @gitter-badger
    image.png
    The Gitter Badger
    @gitter-badger
    [Christos Bacharakis, GitLab] Friends, in a few minutes I am invited by @Pj Metz to talk about contributing to Open Source and the upcoming GitLab Hackathon. Feel free to tune in and ask away. https://www.twitch.tv/metzinaround
    The Gitter Badger
    @gitter-badger
    [Markus Koller, GitLab] ^^ I think this happens if your Gitaly version is outdated, gdk update or git fetch in gdk/gitaly should fix it.