As GitLab continues to scale, our need for tools and automation to manage our growth expands along with it. To help the People Group, we have a dedicated People Operations Fullstack Engineer to make our team more efficient and improve the effectiveness of our core People Group.
Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
If you want to report bugs about existing integrations, you can use any of the following templates:
The People Ops Engineering board
serves as the single source of truth on the engineering team's priorities. Issues follow a linear sequence, with a
label indicating an issue's current status:
Workflow::Triage: Issues start here. Issues in triage must be further defined before they're able to be made ready for development. Once the problem and a proposal for solving it is defined to the point where an engineer can begin work, it can be moved to
Workflow::Ready for Development.
Workflow::Ready for Development: Issues that are groomed and are ready for an engineer to begin work. They're well defined in terms of the problem, and have a proposal that's defined enough for us to begin work; not every detail needs to have been defined, but an engineer should be able to start work on this issue by reading the issue description alone.
Workflow::In Progress: Issues that are actively being worked on by a developer.
Workflow::Verification: Issues that have engineering work complete and ready for evaluation. At this point, the developed solution should be evaluated (by the issue reporter or another stakeholder) to verify that it solves the original problem.
There are two more states an issue can be placed in:
Workflow::Waiting: Issues that are waiting from input from someone or are waiting on a dependency. These are issues that need input or progress from others before they can progress.
Workflow::Blocked: These issues are either blocked by another issue or by missing API endpoints. The People Ops Engineer always adds the reason why an issue is moved to blocked.
All projects are public in this group.
You can find more information on the following pages:
For all automations we use 2 main sources:
If any other sources are used for a specific integration or automation, it is mentioned on the section.
When a project uses API tokens with a certain level of access, we mirror the public project to a private project on ops.gitlab.net. These projects are only used to execute the scheduled jobs. For all planning, coding and collaboration we use the public projects.
Before the PeopleOps team member can excute the chat commands mentioned on this page, they need to be invited to the employment-automation project. This can be done by the owners of the project.
Once you are a member of the project, you can run any
/pops command. The PeopleOps bot will respond that you
first have to connect your GitLab account. You can click the provided URL and authorize. Now you are able to run