@tzinas Specifically in the development guide, you can find a list of GitLab Projects, along with the skilled needed an links to issues, easy to begin with: https://about.gitlab.com/community/contribute/development/
Please let us know if you have any further questions
Hi, y'all! Just a reminder that tomorrow is our Quarterly GitLab Hackathon: https://about.gitlab.com/community/hackathon/
This hackathon will be a bit different because:
Good morning/afternoon/evening everyone!
In 55' the Hackathon Kickoff Session will take place, where we are going to go through some of the logistics, expectation and ways to identify issues to contribute to! You can find the zoom link at the Hackathon page:
See you soon!
Hey, y'all! In case you missed the Kick off call, you can watch the recording here: https://youtu.be/FXqu-6VQcgk
All the sessions will be streamed live on GitLab Unfiltered youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMtZ0sc1HHNtGGWZFDRTh5A/
Yaay! I'm gonna take some rest so far 52 MRs has been submitted :blush:
Less than 10 minutes for the next Package Group office hour call!
Join us at zoom: https://gitlab.zoom.us/j/92713152373?pwd=ZzZsT3ZWL3oxMis0MUJJOVNpU1k4Zz09
Or watch the live stream on Youtube at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMtZ0sc1HHNtGGWZFDRTh5A/
Reposting for visibility from https://gitter.im/gitlab/contributors?at=6053c44d3b9278255bbacb4f:
Hey everyone! If anyone is intersted in contributing and learning how internationalization (i18n) works at GitLab, there's a list of stale merge requests you can pick up in gitlab-org/gitlab#22691 thanks to Tao! Learn more in https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/development/i18n/externalization.html.
If you are looking into participating in the Hackathon at the last minute,
Here is a list of easy Technical Writing/documentation issues to get you started:
202:9 ⚠ Expected nesting depth to be no max-nesting-depth more than 3 202:9 ⚠ Expected selector-max-compound-selectors ".subscriptions-layout-html .edit-group .project-import .import-buttons .btn" to have no more than 3 compound selectors 202:9 ⚠ Expected selector-max-compound-selectors ".subscriptions-layout-html .edit-profile .project-import .import-buttons .btn" to have no more than 3 compound selectors 202:9 ⚠ Expected selector-max-compound-selectors ".subscriptions-layout-html .new-project .project-import .import-buttons .btn" to have no more than 3 compound selectors
Hello everyone! I would like to thank everyone again for participating at the last Hackathon!
This, has been the hackathon with the most MRs submitted UP TO DATE! 389 MRs compared to Q3 2020 with 313 MRs.
I went through all the MRs and made sure they are linked and accounted towards the prizes. However if your MR is not linked with this issue: gitlab-com/marketing/community-relations/contributor-program/hackathon#50 please let me know!
Next steps: Have the MRs reviewed! I will also make sure they are assigned to reviewer and be reviewed by the end of the month.
On the first days of May I will be reaching out to everyone who's MR has been merged to, share the details on how to claim their prize. Until then, happy hacking!
Is there any interest in Gitlab creating and managing some Ansible modules? The existing modules live under "community.general" and are widely considered to be a bit out of date. For an example of a vendor who's doing it "better" fortinet's modules are good for their fortigate firewalls. I've done some work with teams at Fortinet, and I'd be keen (as I'm currently working on some automation pieces around Gitlab) to help get the Ansible modules sorted into their own "collection" on Ansible Galaxy... so that I can point people at that, rather than at community.general?
Hope this makes sense!