In this post we will share how Charge, a telecommunications company uses GitLab.
In GitLab 8.7 we introduced the second part of the mirroring functionality: the ability to push changes to an external repository from GitLab.
In GitLab 8.6 we added a feature allowing you to move issues between projects.
In GitLab 8.6 and up, you can subscribe to a label. Whenever an issue is tagged with the label you subscribed to, you will get a notification.
Sytse, Job and Marin attended to represent GitLab and learn more about what is happening in the core Git community. Here are our notes and impressions from this event.
Since GitLab 8.6, in both Community and Enterprise edition, there is a small checkbox available when you create or edit an issue, allowing you to mark an issue as confidential.
In this blog post I'll give you an overview of what I've been working on, how it affects GitLab, and what we plan to do with SAML in the future.
If you're new to GitLab, this webcast will give you a good overview of using GitLab, and if you're experienced you get to see the new features in action.
The first two weeks working with GitLab have been full of pleasant surprises and dispelled delusions. If you haven't been following GitLab for the last two years, this post is for you.
In this post we'll consider some ways people evaluate or represent productivity, and I ask for your thoughts on what you track and what you think matters.
We held our first webcast last week, and we’re so delighted you came along. We looked at new features and improvements included in GitLab 8.4.
In this post, we have a handy reference guide to explain some potentially confusing terms, especially if you're new to GitLab.
Please let us know about your favourite swag, from stickers to surprises, and don’t forget to share your #swagportrait.