Commit a19c7e6a authored by Oswaldo Ferreira's avatar Oswaldo Ferreira

Merge branch 'tc-fix-mr-coach-links' into 'master'

Fix some broken links to MR coach

See merge request !18046
parents c8ecb974 338f0cfc
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......@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ To let other engineers know that you are interested in performing code reviews,
You can find someone to review your own merge requests by looking on the [team page](/company/team/), or on the list of [GitLab Engineering Projects](/handbook/engineering/projects/), both of which are fed by `data/team.yml`.
You can also help community contributors get their merge requests ready, by becoming a [Merge Request Coach](/roles/merge-request-coach/).
You can also help community contributors get their merge requests ready, by becoming a [Merge Request Coach](/job-families/expert/merge-request-coach/).
Note that while all engineers can review all merge requests, the ability to _accept_ merge requests is restricted to maintainers.
......@@ -421,7 +421,7 @@ making the GitLab project maintainable in the long-term.
See the description of the [Quality team](/handbook/engineering/quality) for more details.
The position also involves working with the community as
[merge request coach](/job-families/merge-request-coach), and working together with our
[merge request coach](/job-families/expert/merge-request-coach/), and working together with our
[Backend Engineers](/job-families/engineering/backend-engineer) to respond and
address issues from the community.
......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ install_cta: false
ee_cta: false
As a [merge request coach](/job-families/merge-request-coach/), I am happy to
As a [merge request coach](/job-families/expert/merge-request-coach/), I am happy to
help community contributors feel comfortable when contributing
to GitLab. During my time reviewing merge requests, I’ve learned a bit about
how it feels contributing to GitLab as a newcomer, and I’d like to share
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