The Hackathon is a virtual event open to anyone who is interested in contributing code, documentation, translations, UX designs and more to GitLab. Prizes are awarded to participants for having Merge Requests (MRs) merged and there may also be special award categories at each Hackathon.
To get started:
- Block the dates on your calendar!
- Check out the Contribute page.
- Pick an existing issue to work on, or file a new one. If it's your first time contributing, a good way to join the Hackathon is to pick and fix a bite size issue.
- Join the tutorial sessions
- Share the MRs you are working on, get help or help others. Join the party at the contributors channel.
There will be tutorial sessions during the Hackathon. We will be adding more sessions as speakers are confirmed.
|Date|| Time in UTC |
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|May 29||06:00 - 06:30||Hackathon Kickoff||Join in||Ray Paik (@rpaik), Dave Planella (@dplanella)|
|May 29||16:00 - 16:30||Contributing to GitLab||Join in||Ray Paik (@rpaik)|
|May 29||16:30 - 17:00||GitLab Release Stage||Join in||Jason Lenny (@jlenny)|
|May 29||17:00 - 17:30||GitLab Monitor/Distribution||Join in||Joshua Lambert (@joshlambert)|
|May 30||22:00 - 22:30||Hackathon wrap-up||Join in||Ray Paik (@rpaik)|
If you miss any of the sessions, you will find the recordings in the Hackathon Playlist.
For communications during the Hackathon, we will use the GitLab Contributors room in Gitter. This is a channel for community-related discussions and for community members to help each other as people have questions when contributing to GitLab.
It's open to everyone, so please join us at the Contributors Gitter room!
- Which GitLab projects qualify for the Hackathon?
While we generally encourage contribution to the GitLab CE and the GitLab EE projects, MRs for any project under the
gitlab-orggroup, Charts, Meltano, and www-gitlab-com qualify for the Hackathon. If you are in doubt about a project which is not on this list, please do ask us on the Contributors Gitter channel.