Stack Overflow is a place for questions, discussions, and support on all things GitLab.
Note: The sponsorship for Stack Overflow's GitLab Collective concluded on September 30, 2022 and the GitLab Collective was decomissioned. All of knowledge and submissions shared by our community will be retained. Articles and answers to questions about GitLab will be decoupled from the Collective and continue to exist in the public Stack Overflow knowledge base. For more details on decommissioning, visit this Stack Overflow article.
The GitLab Collective on Stack Overflow groups content related to GitLab in one place. The GitLab Collective creates a space to engage with our community on Stack Overflow though questions, answers, knowledge articles, and bulletins.
To request the
GitLab Employee role, ping
@community-team in the
#community-relations Slack channel, and include your Stack Overflow username.
There are 4 features in Stack Overflow Collectives:
At GitLab, we believe that everyone can contribute and hope to provide a great experience for existing and new community members. Collective admins can promote users who are subject matter experts and/or helpful members of the Collective to Recognized Members.
A user must meet the following criteria to be promoted to a Recognized Member:
Note: any Recognized Members who are suspended by Stack Overflow or violate GitLab's Community Code of Conduct will lose their Recognized Member status.
A user is recommended to meet the following requirements, but not required:
To nominate someone to be a Recognized Member, please open an issue in the community operations tracker, share the user profile URL confirm that they meet the above requirements. Assign the issue the GitLab Collective admin using this quick action: /assign @sugaroverflow, who will review and reach out to nominees.