Important Note: As of 2021-01-07, this process is in the
draft state. The GitLab Learn platform has not yet been launched to the wider GitLab community. Upon the launch, this process will be further finalized. If you have contributions that you think would improve this draft process, please submit a merge request.
The table below should be used as a reference for suggested handbook sections where learning content can be uploaded. If you aren't sure where to contribute learning content in the handbook, please review the main handbook page or contact the Learning and Development team at
firstname.lastname@example.org for support.
|Content||Suggested Handbook Location|
|Leadership: emotional intelligence, coaching, and all other factors that contribute to growing and developing as a leader at GitLab||Leadership Handbook|
|Communication: effective communication strategies, remote communication, and any additional content that contributes to strengthening asynchronous and remote communication skills||Communication Handbook|
|Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging: inclusivity trainings, strategies for developing a sense of belonging, and content related to implementing DIB initiatives||DIB Handbook|
Note: In order for content contributions to be reviewed by the appropriate GitLab team, all information on the issue template must be addressed. GitLab team members may ping you to address content gaps or answer questions about your contributions.
|Contributor Audience||Team Approval||GitLab Label|
|GitLab Team Members||L&D Team||
|Sales Team||Field Enablement||
|Wider GitLab Community||Community Relations Team||
To learn more about the admin review and approval process of contributions to the LXP, please review the LXP admin section of the handbook.
Note: At the GitLab team's discretion, individual contributors may be given permissions to upload content to the LXP.