Non-child group for group-level project template
Problem to solve
Ability to use group-level project templates from a group who is not a child of the current group.
To industrialize the creation of our developers' projects we would like to use the project templates. We have two types of templates, "build" templates for building application images, and "deploy" templates for setting up application execution environments.
Here is the tree structure of our gitlab :
├──docker | ├── templates | | ├── build | | | └── projects "build" template | | └── deploy | | └── projects "deploy" template | ├── environment | | ├── production | | | └── projects created from "deploy" template | | └── testing | | └── projects created from "deploy" template ├──developper team 1 | └── projects created from "build" template └──developper team 2 └── projects created from "build" template
We have chosen to define the "build" templates in instance-level project. We would-like to use the group-level project template for the "deploy" template. The problem is that our group containing the "deploy" templates projects is not a child of the environment subgroups.
Be able to define any group as group-level project template.
Links / references
Relate to #6861 (closed)