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"Everyone Can Contribute" is inspired by GitLab's mission.

Policy and Governance for Kubernetes

Before I talk about Policy and Governance for Kubernetes let’s briefly talk about policy and governance in general. In short, it means to provide a set of rules which define a guideline that either can be enforced or audited. So why do we need this? It is important because in a Cloud ecosystem decisions are made decentralized and also taken at a rapid pace. A governance model or policy becomes crucial to keep the entire organization on track. Read More…

Date published: June 23, 2020

6. Kaeffchen Summary

General Agenda Important: Our next Kaeffchen happens on Wed, July 1st, 16:00 CEST. Next week we are taking a break. Guests Mario Kleinsasser, Michael Aigner, Philipp Westphalen, Nico Meisenzahl, Anton Dollmaier, Konstantin Wolff, Greg Campion, Michael Friedrich Highlights Website updates, review app for changes, Handbook first & collaboration and documentation (Static Site editor), Paessler webcast, protecting CI configuration & DevSecOps culture. Recording Enjoy the session!

Date published: June 5, 2020

GitLab Flavored Markdown: Mermaid

GitLab Flavored Markdown is a really powerful language. You can easily write text in your GitLab issue or merge request. But there are some features which you maybe don’t know about which can make your experience with GitLab much better. NOTE: If you want to find out more about GitLab Flavored Markdown, just click on the Markdown link in the bottom left corner of every markdown text field in GitLab or checkout the documentation of GitLab Flavored Markdown. Read More…

Date published: June 5, 2020

Everyone Can Contribute

... you too!

Welcome to our lovely and cosy #everyonecancontribute page! We’ve found each other in a German coffee chat for talking all things tech, best practices and social. The name has a story Gitlab says: GitLab believes in a world where everyone can contribute. Our mission is to change all creative work from read-only to read-write. When everyone can contribute, consumers become contributors and we greatly increase the rate of human progress. Read More…

Date published: May 28, 2020