The GitLab Community Discord server is a place to connect with the wider GitLab community, join live streams and pair-coding sessions, share projects, and discuss contributions with other community members. Whether you're new to GitLab and looking for help getting started or an experienced user looking to share your knowledge with others, the server is a place to chat with the community in real-time.
In our community server, you can:
To ensure we keep a positive, welcoming, and inclusive environment for everyone to contribute, all members of our Discord server must adhere to our Community Code of Conduct at all times.
The Community Relations team manages the Discord server with support from Contributor Success. If you have questions or want to request a GitLab team member role, ping
@community-team in the
#community-relations Slack channel.
Our server has several channels dedicated to different topics of discussion. Here's a quick overview of the channels and what they're for:
#announcements: staff will use this channel to share news and announcements
#general: main channel for generation discussions or questions.
#contribute: contribution discussions focused on the making & enhancing of GitLab.
#pairing: community members pair programming on a specific issue.
There are also more specific channels for the hackathon, events, and community-based support.
All members are expected to follow The GitLab Community Code of Conduct at all times.
GitLab staff are moderators on the Discord server and will receive the
GitLab Team Member role, depicted by the GitLab logo. You can report abuse, harassment, or other unacceptable behavior by tagging staff using
@GitLab Team Member. If you prefer to file a confidential report, send a link to the violation to
@sugaroverflow via direct message.
Violations of the Code of Conduct will be handled case-by-case by a
GitLab Team Member. Multiple or severe violations can result in a ban from the server. If you believe a warning or ban was unjustified, you can reach out to email@example.com to appeal.