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    Rajendra kadam
    @raju249_gitlab
    There is an issue about the problem I faced - gitlab-org/gitlab#36132
    Rajendra kadam
    @raju249_gitlab
    Did a fresh installation of gitlab. Working fine now
    Michael
    @CliqLabs
    I hope I'm not barging in or ruffling any feathers by using this channel inappropriately, but I just wanted to be able to quickly get in touch with the core Gitlab team to say just how much I fucking love Gitlab. I use it every single day, and it makes my workflow so buttery smooth. It's one of the best, most delightful pieces of software I've ever used in the past 20 years as a power user, sysadmin and software engineer. I have yet to hit a single bug in it; it just works, and it lets me power through my day-to-day tasks like a boss. If I didn't know any better, I would think it was a piece of software with millions of dollars pumped into it with some of the best minds working on it (well, the latter may still be true :)). So, thank you, thank you so much, Gitlab team, you're awesome!
    Mobashar Ahmad
    @mobasharahmad_gitlab
    i wanted to start playing with my own gitlab instance (fork) and wanted to setup my own runner. I have a linux VM setup on AWS and am ready to install gitrunner, but i wasn't sure what type of executor to use to build gitlab. I see one of the tags in the CI is docker, so should it use docker executor? i also see gitlab-org tag, what type of executor does that use? is there some documentation on setting this up?
    Lee Tickett
    @leetickett_gitlab
    anyone around? i'm sure i'm being remedial, but missing something :)
    when clicking the "create merge request" dropdown on an issue, just below the branch name field there is a message stating either;
    "Branch name is available" or "Checking branch name availability" or "branch is already taken"
    in app/assets/javascripts/create_merge_request_dropdown.js i can see this.branchMessage = this.wrapperEl.querySelector('.js-branch-message'); which matches the selector attached to the form element
    but I can't see branchMessage being set anywhere as I would expect. any idea what i'm missing?
    Lee Tickett
    @leetickett_gitlab
    ah nevermind- figured it out :)
    Ray Paik
    @rpaik_gitlab
    @mobasharahmad_gitlab have you already posted your question in https://gitter.im/gitlabhq/gitlabhq?
    Thanks @CliqLabs :smile: :fireworks:
    @grahamperrin thanks for your feedback and hopefully you were able to file your issue. I think you make a good point about "filing issues" not being obvious. Maybe I can add another point under the "Getting Help" section in the Contribute page. Sorry you had to struggle to find the right place late at night....
    Graham Perrin
    @grahamperrin
    @rpaik_gitlab thanks, I added to an existing issue after finding a closed duplicate. https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab/issues/20166#note_249370084
    Incidentally, when signing in using GitHub I opt to be remembered but it seems that I'm always forgotten. Known issue?
    Rajendra kadam
    @raju249_gitlab
    Ray Paik
    @rpaik_gitlab
    :confetti_ball: :fireworks: @raju249_gitlab
    Haseeb
    @oieesah_gitlab
    How can i fix a typo that i find in one of Gitlab Job postings?
    Riccardo Padovani
    @rpadovani
    @oieesah_gitlab is it over about.gitlab.com? At the really end of the page, in the footer, there is "Edit this page"
    Haseeb
    @oieesah_gitlab
    @rpadovani I did that already but it seems we can only edit the template and not the content itself. I am not sure though.
    Riccardo Padovani
    @rpadovani
    Ah yeah, you are right, it seems content of that pages is actually hosted on a third party website
    David Planella
    @dplanella
    @oieesah_gitlab if the typo is on a job description, you can find the source code for all of them here: https://about.gitlab.com/job-families/ and follow the link to the repository to file an MR against
    Utkarsh Gupta
    @utkarsh2102
    (using grep would help, of course)
    Use -irnw flags to find the word (and the number of line in the file)^
    Michael Riesch
    @mriesch-tum_gitlab
    Hello all, are only members of the gitlab group allowed to create a merge request?
    I have filed an issue that addresses the addition of a project template to gitlab (#35293), according to https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/project-templates/contributing The project would be ready to review now. Unfortunately, it has attracted only little attention. It seems that I cannot create a merge request myself, which could be discussed further.
    Lee Tickett
    @leetickett_gitlab
    You should be able to create a merge request
    where is your fork/branch with your changes?
    Michael Riesch
    @mriesch-tum_gitlab
    Ah... so I have to fork first? I have been using GitLab only on self-hosted basis, where I could create a merge request directly.
    Lee Tickett
    @leetickett_gitlab
    Ah yes. Same here- it took me a while to learn how it all works :)
    Exactly that... fork the project then you can create a branch and commit your changes there... then raise a Merge :)
    Michael Riesch
    @mriesch-tum_gitlab
    Excellent :-) Thanks a lot!
    Lee Tickett
    @leetickett_gitlab
    Did anyone else get a rather suspicious looking email apparently from GITLAB? Subject Code Authorship Study - GITLABHQ
    Utkarsh Gupta
    @utkarsh2102
    Not really.
    Rajendra kadam
    @raju249_gitlab
    I did get that
    it asked for rating from 1 to 5 on my codebase understanding for one of my MRs
    @leetickett_gitlab
    Lee Tickett
    @leetickett_gitlab
    did it have a link or something? i think my email is truncated... it just has a link to the file I contributed to
    Rajendra kadam
    @raju249_gitlab
    Yeah just the link to the file, that too of github and not gitlab
    Michael Riesch
    @mriesch-tum_gitlab
    I must say getting a template on GitLab requires quite some effort, if you compare it to GitHub, where you just mark a project as template and that's it.
    I tried to complete steps 3-5 and 11 of https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/project-templates/contributing and spent over an hour trying to get my ruby installation right to run bin/rake. I am not familiar with the gitlab development and ruby development in general, and quite frankly I am not too motivated to dive into it "only" to share a template.
    So far I have completed the first two steps of the tutorial. Could someone from the community kindly take it from there?
    The current state is available here: gitlab-org/gitlab!20984
    Lee Tickett
    @leetickett_gitlab
    hmm it doesn't look like we have the permission to create a new project in the folder as the instructions suggest @mriesch-tum_gitlab ?
    unless i'm misreading the instructions
    can you provide a link to your public repository with the template?
    Michael Riesch
    @mriesch-tum_gitlab
    Sure, the template is available here: https://gitlab.com/cph-tum/bertha
    Yes, I thought as well that I had to create a repository within the project-templates group (indeed I do not have the required permissions to do so). The instructions are a bit ambiguous in this direction.
    Lee Tickett
    @leetickett_gitlab
    hmm the instructions really are dreadful- think i just nuked my entire gitlab environment :/
    may have to let someone else pick this up- sorry I couldn't help
    Michael Riesch
    @mriesch-tum_gitlab
    no worries, thank you for trying!