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Content last reviewed on 2024-01-09
This is the direction page for the Import and Integrate group which is part of the Manage stage of the DevOps lifecycle and is maintained by the group's Product Manager, Magdalena Frankiewicz (E-mail).
Import and Integrate group is responsible for the following categories:
|Migration of groups and projects from one GitLab instance to another, importing projects from other software development tools like GitHub or BitBucket.
|Translation of the GitLab application to many languages, localization to countries and regions.
|Intuitive collaboration with tools GitLab's customers rely on.
|Integration with custom applications that GitLab's customers rely on.
|GitLab's APIs and related tooling.
Given unlimited resources and time, we'd love to prioritize and support all possible integrations, but our strategy will provide the guiding rules and logic for how we want to focus our group's efforts.
Integrations (from mid July 2023), Webhooks and API categories (from May 2023) are currently in maintenance mode. We've been supporting only the most critical and severe bug fixes with significant business impact while we shift our attention to improve high-priority importers, GitLab to GitLab importer, GitHub importer and BitBucket Server importer. Starting from the upcoming milestone, we will resume work on Integrations category. However Webhooks, API and Internationalization categories will stay in maintenance mode for now.