The Community Learning pathway is a course on the GitLab Learn platform, designed to educate GitLab team members and the community about GitLab's community pograms, our commitment to the community and how to engage the community team. At the end of the course, learners earn a badge showing they have a good understanding of the GitLab community and how to engage.
At the end of this course, we expect team members to:
The GitLab Community is also able to:
GitLab is the DevOps Platform, made possible by contributions from the community. The GitLab community is composed of our paid and free users, contributors, team members and anyone in the general community who has interacted with GitLab in whatever form. Learn more about our strategy in the links below.
Ensuring everyone can contribute requires a concious effort to ensure the community is enabled and supported with the right tools they need, thats where the Community team at GitLab plays a crucial role with programs that target different parts of the community. From the Open source community to the academia, startups and individual contributors, the team supports them in various ways. You can learn more about the individual programs in the section below.
Building an inclusive and transparent community is a top-most priority for the Community Team and we live by our GitLab values, which includes Diversity/Inclusion & Transparency. Below, we maintain a living list of community best practices for the GitLab Community and from other communities.
The community team has always partenered with internal and external teams to empower the community and we are always seeking collaboration to do more. Every community program has an Issue board where you can create an issue to kickstart a collaboration of if you are a GitLab team member and unsure of where to start, you can always drop by the
#community-relations channel on slack.