For an understanding of what this team is going to be working on take a look at the product vision.
The Release Team is focused on all the functionality with respect to Continuous Delivery and Release Automation.
This team maps to Release devops stage.
The following people are permanent members of the Release Team:
|Darby Frey||Engineering Manager, Release (CD)|
|Shinya Maeda||Backend Engineer, Release (CD)|
|Krasimir Angelov||Backend Engineer, Release (CD)|
|Jason Goodman||Backend Engineer, Release (CD)|
|Etienne Baqué||Backend Engineer, Release|
|Vladimir Shushlin||Backend Engineer, Release (CD)|
The following members of other functional teams are our stable counterparts:
|John Hampton||Frontend Engineering Manager, Release (CD), Verify (CI) & Package|
|Rayana Verissimo||Senior Product Designer, Release (CD)|
|Andrew Fontaine||Frontend Engineer, Release (CD)|
|Sarah Groff Hennigh-Palermo||Senior Frontend Engineer, Release (CD)|
|New Vacancy - Darby F. (Interim)||Engineering Manager, Release (CD)|
|Nathan Friend||Senior Frontend Engineer, Release (CD)|
Like most GitLab backened teams we spend a lot of time working in Rails on the main GitLab CE app, but we also do a lot of work in Go which is the language that GitLab Runner is written in. Familiarity with Docker and Kubernetes is also useful on our team.
Issues the Release team works on have the ~"Release" label. Issues that contribute to the release stage of the devops toolchain have the ~"devops::release" label.