A new member can be added to the Core Team at any time through the following steps:
onboardingtemplate and fill out the "Core Team Members" section for developer access to
gitlab-org, Slack access, etc.
The Core Team meets once a month and anyone is welcome to join the call. Call logistics/agenda/notes for the meeting are available on the Core Team meeting page. All meeting recordings are available at the Core Team meeting Playlist.
Core Team members can be reached by mentioning
@gitlab-core-team in issues or merge requests.
While GitLab is the primary means of contact, the Core Team can also be contacted on the #core Slack channel.
Service Desk will also be used as a communication tool for Core Team members. Anyone can open an issue in the
gitlab-core-team project or contact the core team through email by sending an email directly to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Core Team members who signed NDAs will also have access to GitLab Slack channels.
If you are no longer able to or interested in serving in the Core Team, you should make an annoucement on the
#core Slack channel. When you step down, you will become a Core Team Alumni. Once a Core Team member steps down, GitLab team member(s) will start the off-boarding activities to:
team.ymlfile to the
offboardingtemplate and fill out the "Core Team Members" section to remove the individual from GitLab Slack, the Core Team Group, gitlab-org etc.