Commit 8bc292da authored by William Chia's avatar William Chia 🌴

Move mvp to community

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[see the merge request that introduced a specific commit](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/merge_requests/13713).
This helps to track previous changes, speeding up the development.
Thanks a lot Hiroyuki, you did it again! We know that the [GitLab Hall of Fame](https://about.gitlab.com/mvp/)
Thanks a lot Hiroyuki, you did it again! We know that the [GitLab Hall of Fame](https://about.gitlab.com/community/mvp/)
page is the best prize ever, but we also sent Hiroyuki a handmade tanuki,
GitLab socks, and a GitLab shirt!
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......@@ -69,7 +69,7 @@ extra_css:
.community-item-info
%h4 Core team
%p People behind the open-source project.
%a.community-item{href: "/mvp/"}
%a.community-item{href: "/community/mvp/"}
%img{src: "/images/community/community-hof.svg"}
.community-item-info
%h4 Hall of fame
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---
layout: default
title: MVP
purple_bg: true
extra_css:
- mvp.css
suppress_header: true
---
.wrapper
.container
.title
GitLab Hall of
%b Fame
.mvp-badge
= image_tag "/images/mvp_badge.png"
.description
Every release a contributor is awarded the prestigious golden fork for Most Valuable Person (MVP).
.mvp-list
%table.table
%thead
%tr
%th
Version
%th
Release date
%th
MVP
%tbody
- data.mvps.each do |mvp|
%tr
%td
= mvp.version
%td
= mvp.date
%td
- if mvp.gitlab
= link_to "#{mvp.name} (@#{mvp.gitlab})", "https://gitlab.com/#{mvp.gitlab}"
- else
= mvp.name
......@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@
%li= link_to('Direction', '/direction/', :class => 'footer-nav-link')
%li= link_to('Contributors', 'http://contributors.gitlab.com/', :class => 'footer-nav-link')
%li= link_to('Core Team', '/core-team/', :class => 'footer-nav-link')
%li= link_to('Hall of fame', '/mvp/', :class => 'footer-nav-link')
%li= link_to('Hall of fame', '/community/mvp/', :class => 'footer-nav-link')
%li= link_to('Resellers', '/resellers/', :class => 'footer-nav-link')
.col-sm-6.col-md-2.col-lg-2.footer-link-holder
%h3.footer-link-title Support
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......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@
%a.header-link{href: "#mvp"}
%i.fas.fa-link
This month's Most Valuable Person (
%a{href: "/mvp/"}> MVP
%a{href: "/community/mvp/"}> MVP
) is
= link_to(mvp.fullname, "https://gitlab.com/#{mvp.gitlab}")
= kramdown(mvp.description)
......
---
layout: default
title: MVP
purple_bg: true
extra_css:
- mvp.css
suppress_header: true
layout: blank
title: Redirecting
cannonical_path: "/community/mvp/"
---
.wrapper
.container
.title
GitLab Hall of
%b Fame
.mvp-badge
= image_tag "/images/mvp_badge.png"
.description
Every release a contributor is awarded the prestigious golden fork for Most Valuable Person (MVP).
.mvp-list
%table.table
%thead
%tr
%th
Version
%th
Release date
%th
MVP
%tbody
- data.mvps.each do |mvp|
%tr
%td
= mvp.version
%td
= mvp.date
%td
- if mvp.gitlab
= link_to "#{mvp.name} (@#{mvp.gitlab})", "https://gitlab.com/#{mvp.gitlab}"
- else
= mvp.name
- path = current_page.data.cannonical_path
%p{ :style => "text-align: center; margin-top: 30px;" }
Redirecting to
%a{ href: "#{path}" } https://about.gitlab.com#{path}
:javascript
window.location.replace("#{path}")
......@@ -13,9 +13,9 @@ GitLab Community Edition 7.5 brings custom git hooks, various performance improv
In addition to the updates from Community Edition, GitLab Enterprise Edition has gained automatic daily LDAP sync and git hooks to restrict commit authors.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is Martijn van Bemmel.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is Martijn van Bemmel.
Martijn is a very productive designer, having created the [cool](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/gitlab-artwork/blob/master/flyer/flyer_biker.png) [graphics](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/gitlab-artwork/blob/master/flyer/flyer_scar.png) for GitLab 7.0,
the [MVP Badge](/mvp/), the [Golden Gear medal](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com/merge_requests/318#note_296648) and the [various](/community/) [graphics](/features/) on our site.
the [MVP Badge](/community/mvp/), the [Golden Gear medal](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com/merge_requests/318#note_296648) and the [various](/community/) [graphics](/features/) on our site.
We really appreciate his enthusiastic contributions, Thanks Martijn!
<!--more-->
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......@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ meaning you can link your accounts from Google, Twitter and others.
In addition to the updates from Community Edition, GitLab Enterprise Edition has gained **Audit Log**, **Rebasing** before a merge request and **Kerberos support**.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is Ben Bodenmiller. Ben sweats the small stuff, which adds much appreciated polish to GitLab. Thanks Ben!
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is Ben Bodenmiller. Ben sweats the small stuff, which adds much appreciated polish to GitLab. Thanks Ben!
<!--more-->
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......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ The biggest new features in GitLab Community Edition are the **GitHub importer**
In addition to the updates from Community Edition,
GitLab Enterprise Edition has gained some performance improvements and the ability to change the header logo.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is Ciro Santilli
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is Ciro Santilli
for sending over 200 merge requests to improve the GitLab code base.
Thanks Ciro!
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......@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ GitLab Community edition brings among others, a GitLab.com importer,
new files in an empty repository, never-lost comments and group mentions.
GitLab Enterprise Edition adds to this the GitLab Annex feature to manage your large files with GitLab, improved JIRA integration and a GitHub Enterprise integration.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is Hannes Rosenögger.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is Hannes Rosenögger.
Hannes took stale or old merge requests, fixed them up and contributed them to GitLab.
This is a great way to contribute and we're excited for him to join the core team.
Thanks Hannes!
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......@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ This is the biggest release of GitLab ever. This release alone contains over 70
The biggest new features in Community Edition are Bitbucket importer, unsubscribe button and the possibility to drag-and-drop any file-type in issues and merge requests markdown.
In addition to the updates from Community Edition, GitLab Enterprise Edition has gained group level webhooks.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is Stan Hu for contributing number of features and fixes in GitLab Community Edition and omnibus-gitlab project.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is Stan Hu for contributing number of features and fixes in GitLab Community Edition and omnibus-gitlab project.
Thanks Stan!
<!--more-->
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......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ On top of that, this release marks the start of our package server! This means
you can install GitLab _right now_ with `apt-get` and `yum`. More about that,
below.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is,
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is,
just like last month, Stan Hu!
Stan Hu squashed a number of bugs in the wiki, cross references and more, and
added new configuration options. We're happy to award him MVP for that again
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......@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ It's been a warm month for most of us but it hasn't slowed us down luckily.
Today, we're happy to bring you a customizable Project Dashboard, better merge request approvals, a number of GitLab CI improvements (Docker support!) and more in this month's GitLab release.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is Stan Hu. He contributed support for commenting on side-by-side diffs.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is Stan Hu. He contributed support for commenting on side-by-side diffs.
This is the third time this year that Stan Hu is MVP, a GitLab hat-trick (three times MVP in the same major release!).
Thanks Stan, we're happy to see you score more great features!
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......@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ GitLab Enterprise Edition (EE), and GitLab CI.
Whereas next month's release, version 8.0, promises many new and exciting
features, our focus for 7.14 has been on fixing bugs and improving performance
and usability. Many of these bug fixes were contributed by this month's
[MVP](/mvp/) Stan Hu, bringing his total number of
[MVP](/community/mvp/) Stan Hu, bringing his total number of
awards to four. Thank you and congratulations, Stan!
To celebrate Stan's hat-trick + 1 (4 MVP titles in the 7.x major release)
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......@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ fully integrated.
But that's not all! Almost every element in the interface has been reworked
and GitLab will take up to 50% less disk space.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is
**Kirill Zaitsev** for the awesome Drone CI integration and work on the service API.
Thanks Kirill!
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......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ this great community contribute code and time. GitLab truly is a product built b
and we're honored to be part of it.
Zeger-Jan van de Weg did several nice contributions this release and we're happy
to elect him as this month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/))!
to elect him as this month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/))!
Thanks Zeger-Jan!
<!--more-->
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......@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ If you're using GitLab Enterprise, you also get Repository Mirroring, a great
feature if you want to make your intensively-used repositories more easily
reachable all over the planet.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is Cristian Bica for
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is Cristian Bica for
allowing users to select the files view as default project view.
Thanks Cristian!
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......@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ It’s up to the Release Manager to delegate and coordinate activity among the t
## What are the steps towards release?
Six business days before the 22nd, the first release candidates are created for CE and EE. After that, the team is testing and doing QA on the release. Four days before the release, we deploy to GitLab.com and test further. In the final days before the release we are working on building packages and preparing the blog post, which includes selecting a contributor MVP for the [GitLab Hall of Fame](/mvp/index.html).
Six business days before the 22nd, the first release candidates are created for CE and EE. After that, the team is testing and doing QA on the release. Four days before the release, we deploy to GitLab.com and test further. In the final days before the release we are working on building packages and preparing the blog post, which includes selecting a contributor MVP for the [GitLab Hall of Fame](/community/mvp/index.html).
Finally, we release GitLab at 12am CET (Central European Time) of the 22nd. This ensures we have enough time during the European work day to address any issues that might arise.
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......@@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ GitLab Pages for Enterprise Edition, and issues have new powers in both CE and
EE!
Once again we've received some amazing contributions from our volunteers. This
month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is Greg
month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is Greg
Smethells. Greg made the proposal for and [subsequently implemented](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/merge_requests/1991)
the new references in issues and merge requests. He communicated his every move
and worked together closely with many other people from the community.
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......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ Kyungchul Shin contributed a fuzzy file finder to GitLab this release,
a much requested and truly MVP-worthy contribution.
Thanks Kyungchul Shin and congratulations on being
[this month's MVP](/mvp/)!
[this month's MVP](/community/mvp/)!
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......@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ One of these is the support for [relative URLs in Omnibus installations][rel],
which was one of the many contributions we received from Artem Sidorenko.
Thanks Artem Sidorenko and congratulations on being
[this month's MVP](/mvp/)!
[this month's MVP](/community/mvp/)!
[rel]: http://doc.gitlab.com/omnibus/settings/configuration.html#configuring-a-relative-url-for-gitlab
<!--more-->
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......@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ And we also did a random draw, and Vincent won! Congrats!
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Still got some room left. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/swagportrait?src=hash">#swagportrait</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/gitlab">@gitlab</a> <a href="https://t.co/9DkteSyKzT">pic.twitter.com/9DkteSyKzT</a></p>&mdash; Vincent V.d Kussen (@vincentvdk) <a href="https://twitter.com/vincentvdk/status/690879663183380480">January 23, 2016</a></blockquote>
<script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
Also, our [GitLab MVPs](/mvp/) will be receiving a special present soon.
Also, our [GitLab MVPs](/community/mvp/) will be receiving a special present soon.
## Swag Portrait contest entries - everyone's a winner!
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......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ it's now _so much_ easier to only get the messages you need with
the ability to subscribe to labels. On top of that,
we made _many_ things faster and better looking.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is
Marcia Ramos for helping us [improving GitLab Pages documentation][gl-pages]
and being a great contributor to the GitLab community. Being an MVP doesn't
necessarily mean contributing code to GitLab!
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......@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ today.
GitLab 8.8 is ready to go with GitLab CI improvements, performance enhancements,
convenient templates, and more!
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is
Matt Oakes for contributing the support for suppressing text file diffs on the
default branch with `.gitattributes`.
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......@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ We're also continuing to improve GitLab's built-in continuous integration.
You can now specify environments, have artifacts expire and quickly get started
with templates.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is
Rui Santos, for building the new feature that restricts merging until your build
passes. It's a great feature that we're sure many people are going to use.
Thanks Rui!
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......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ is easier and snappier than ever with many improvements to diffs and protected
branches. And when it's time to deploy, you can now do a manual check before
deploying with a single click, with manual actions.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is
Winnie! Winnie has been incredibly helpful [fixing bugs][winnie-wins] in GitLab and even
triaging issues on GitLab.com.
Thanks ***Winnie***!
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......@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ you can use slash commands to modify issues and
you can create as many issue templates as
you want ..and many other new features.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is
Clement Ho for his merge requests and responsiveness on issues.
Thanks Clement Ho!
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......@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ Whether you're working on a small or a large project, your tools should get out
GitLab 8.12 gives you feedback on how efficiently you actually work, helps you find code across the entire instance, makes your workflow much safer with a single click, and much more.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is
James Munnelly for contributing the
[Kubernetes executor in the GitLab CI runner](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-runner/merge_requests/30).
This feature allows users to run CI tests in a Kubernetes cluster easily.
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......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ you can now edit the conflict right in GitLab. We've made it
even easier to track what code is running where and get you immediate feedback
with improved Cycle Analytics.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is
Marc Siegfriedt for his contribution of the multi-file commit API endpoint.
Marc showed patience and determination getting this complex merge request
merged.
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......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ You can do all of the above and much more with GitLab 8.14, today. Time
tracking, Review Apps, Chat commands, Cycle Analytics improvements and much
more.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is Toon Claes. Toon contributed the button to delete all merged branches,
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is Toon Claes. Toon contributed the button to delete all merged branches,
a great addition to GitLab.
Thanks Toon Claes!
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......@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ The most significant benefit is probably how easy GitLab makes it to create a pr
He has also found that the internal adoption of GitLab is spreading throughout CERN. He said, “While we are not yet actively asking users to move their projects to GitLab, many are attracted by GitLab's features and move proactively.”
Not only are they an active team of users, they have also offered contributions. Lossent contributed the SAML code they wrote for their own usage, and earned an [MVP recognition](/mvp/) in June 2015. Thanks to their effort, GitLab can be configured to act as a [SAML](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/integration/saml.html) 2.0 Service Provider, [since release 7.12](/2015/06/22/gitlab-7-12-released/). For this reason, the advantage of an open source code base management tool is clear.
Not only are they an active team of users, they have also offered contributions. Lossent contributed the SAML code they wrote for their own usage, and earned an [MVP recognition](/community/mvp/) in June 2015. Thanks to their effort, GitLab can be configured to act as a [SAML](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/integration/saml.html) 2.0 Service Provider, [since release 7.12](/2015/06/22/gitlab-7-12-released/). For this reason, the advantage of an open source code base management tool is clear.
_Tweet [@GitLab](https://twitter.com/gitlab) and check out our [job openings](/jobs/)._
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......@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ So we created a [community advocacy team](/handbook/marketing/developer-relation
**Jasmine: How do you recognize users who are influencers in your community? How do you identify them and make sure to keep them happy?**
{: .alert .alert-info}
**Amanda:** We’re working on making this a bigger part of our strategy in 2017, but right now we recognize people who contribute a lot. Contributions come in various forms, but we have a [Hall of Fame](/mvp/) where we list the MVP from each release, along with people who contribute the most per month, for example. We actually tend to hire a lot of people who end up on that list, I think all of the top 20 now work at GitLab. We also pay attention to people who help out on the forum a lot, and people who don’t work for us but respond to questions on Stack Overflow and Twitter. We like rewarding people who boost the signal a little bit, we try to say thanks or send them swag, or we invite them to our Summit meeting. There’s no threshold for number of contributions, because it also depends on the nature of the contribution.
**Amanda:** We’re working on making this a bigger part of our strategy in 2017, but right now we recognize people who contribute a lot. Contributions come in various forms, but we have a [Hall of Fame](/community/mvp/) where we list the MVP from each release, along with people who contribute the most per month, for example. We actually tend to hire a lot of people who end up on that list, I think all of the top 20 now work at GitLab. We also pay attention to people who help out on the forum a lot, and people who don’t work for us but respond to questions on Stack Overflow and Twitter. We like rewarding people who boost the signal a little bit, we try to say thanks or send them swag, or we invite them to our Summit meeting. There’s no threshold for number of contributions, because it also depends on the nature of the contribution.
Ultimately we’ll create a group of ambassadors who want to talk about GitLab, at local meetup groups for example. We’re trying to create a system for sending them materials to help them get started. We’d like them to become developer advocates of a sort, in a way putting myself out of a job. We’re not paying them, they’re just doing it because they’re really passionate about the technology, which adds a bit of authenticity because they really care about what we’re doing.
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......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ You need to get feedback about the effects of the deployment. You can use this
feedback to revert deployments that cause problems and to get ideas about
future improvements. Adding Prometheus is the first step to make sure you get feedback about system, application, and business metrics as an integrated part of deployments done with GitLab.
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is
This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is
[Markus Koller](https://gitlab.com/toupeira) for his contribution of
[more storage statistics](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/merge_requests/7754).
Thanks Markus!
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......@@ -99,7 +99,7 @@ Denver, Boston, Amsterdam, London, and New Orleans. 🙌
![mvp-badge](/images/mvp_badge.png)
## This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is [Jacopo Beschi](https://gitlab.com/jacopo-beschi)
## This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is [Jacopo Beschi](https://gitlab.com/jacopo-beschi)
Jacopo made it possible to [undo marking a todo item as done in the todos list](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/merge_requests/8691). This is a huge productivity enhancement that helps you recover from mistakes in managing todos. Thanks Jacopo!
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......@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ Thank you for the support! 👏 🙏
![mvp-badge](/images/mvp_badge.png)
## This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/mvp/)) is [Maxim Rydkin](https://gitlab.com/innerwhisper)
## This month's Most Valuable Person ([MVP](/community/mvp/)) is [Maxim Rydkin](https://gitlab.com/innerwhisper)
Maxim [created a configuration setting](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/merge_requests/9362) to
[automatically cancel pending pipelines if they are redundant](#auto-cancel-redundant-pipelines-ce-ee).
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......@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ Building and maintaining open and honest relationships with users is at the core
[This GitLab principle](/company/strategy/#mission) is applicable to your project’s workflow *and* our own application. Our platform allows all project stakeholders – from VPs and directors to ScrumMasters, developers and writers – to collaborate and communicate in one place, allowing for organized and open discourse.
Anyone can create an issue or MR to improve GitLab. We welcome [community contributions](/contributing/) and celebrate them by designating a [Most Valuable Person](/mvp/) (MVP) every month. With [our public issue tracker](/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues), anyone can propose, contribute to, and discuss GitLab’s features. Since we ship a new release on the 22nd of each month, the implementation of public contributions and input are visible in short order.
Anyone can create an issue or MR to improve GitLab. We welcome [community contributions](/contributing/) and celebrate them by designating a [Most Valuable Person](/community/mvp/) (MVP) every month. With [our public issue tracker](/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues), anyone can propose, contribute to, and discuss GitLab’s features. Since we ship a new release on the 22nd of each month, the implementation of public contributions and input are visible in short order.
{::options parse_block_html="false" /}
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......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ You can see who reports to whom on our [organizational chart](/team/chart).
| Director | [Director of Engineering](/job-families/engineering/engineering-management/#director-of-engineering) | [Director group](/handbook/leadership/#director-group) | Department |
| Manager | [Engineering Manager](/job-families/engineering/engineering-management/#engineering-manager) | [Management group](/handbook/leadership/#management-group) | Team |
| Individual contributor (IC) | [Staff Developer](/job-families/engineering/developer/#staff-developer) | Company | Contributors |
| Community member | [Most Valuable Person](/mvp/) | GitLabbers | Wider community |
| Community member | [Most Valuable Person](/community/mvp/) | GitLabbers | Wider community |
The management group includes the roles above. The reporting group includes the roles below, although sometimes without the community member layer.
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