Commit 347a8799 authored by Marcel Amirault's avatar Marcel Amirault 🕺 Committed by Evan Read

Update redirected links to final destination

Updating redirected links in the development, install, policy
raketasks and university dirs. Should now link to final
URL to avoid redirect hops
parent 3deb8f68
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To request access to Chatops on GitLab.com:
1. Log into <https://ops.gitlab.net/users/sign_in> using the same username as for GitLab.com.
1. Ask [anyone in the `chatops` project](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/chatops/project_members) to add you by running `/chatops run member add <username> gitlab-com/chatops --ops`.
1. Ask [anyone in the `chatops` project](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/chatops/-/project_members) to add you by running `/chatops run member add <username> gitlab-com/chatops --ops`.
## See also
- [Chatops Usage](../ci/chatops/README.md)
- [Understanding EXPLAIN plans](understanding_explain_plans.md)
- [Feature Groups](feature_flags/development.md#feature-groups)
- [Chatops Usage](../ci/chatops/README.md)
- [Understanding EXPLAIN plans](understanding_explain_plans.md)
- [Feature Groups](feature_flags/development.md#feature-groups)
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| Roles | Responsibilities | Requirements |
|-------|------------------|--------------|
| Maintainer | Accepts merge requests on several GitLab projects | Added to the [team page](https://about.gitlab.com/team/). An expert on code reviews and knows the product/code base |
| Reviewer | Performs code reviews on MRs | Added to the [team page](https://about.gitlab.com/team/) |
| Maintainer | Accepts merge requests on several GitLab projects | Added to the [team page](https://about.gitlab.com/company/team/). An expert on code reviews and knows the product/code base |
| Reviewer | Performs code reviews on MRs | Added to the [team page](https://about.gitlab.com/company/team/) |
| Developer |Has access to GitLab internal infrastructure & issues (e.g. HR-related) | GitLab employee or a Core Team member (with an NDA) |
| Contributor | Can make contributions to all GitLab public projects | Have a GitLab.com account |
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......@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@ Thank you for your interest in contributing to GitLab. This guide details how
to contribute to GitLab in a way that is easy for everyone.
For a first-time step-by-step guide to the contribution process, please see
["Contributing to GitLab"](https://about.gitlab.com/contributing/).
["Contributing to GitLab"](https://about.gitlab.com/community/contribute/).
Looking for something to work on? Look for issues with the label [`Accepting merge requests`](#i-want-to-contribute).
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# Workflow labels
To allow for asynchronous issue handling, we use [milestones][milestones-page]
and [labels][labels-page]. Leads and product managers handle most of the
and [labels](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/-/labels). Leads and product managers handle most of the
scheduling into milestones. Labelling is a task for everyone.
Most issues will have labels for at least one of the following:
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- Severity: ~S1, ~S2, ~S3, ~S4
All labels, their meaning and priority are defined on the
[labels page][labels-page].
[labels page](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/-/labels).
If you come across an issue that has none of these, and you're allowed to set
labels, you can _always_ add the team and type, and often also the subject.
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Type labels are always lowercase, and can have any color, besides blue (which is
already reserved for subject labels).
The descriptions on the [labels page][labels-page] explain what falls under each type label.
The descriptions on the [labels page](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/-/labels) explain what falls under each type label.
## Subject labels
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- ~Delivery
- ~Documentation
The descriptions on the [labels page][labels-page] explain what falls under the
The descriptions on the [labels page](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/-/labels) explain what falls under the
responsibility of each team.
Within those team labels, we also have the ~backend and ~frontend labels to
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[Return to Contributing documentation](index.md)
[labels-page]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/labels
[ce-tracker]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues
[ee-tracker]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ee/issues
[inferred-labels]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/quality/triage-ops/merge_requests/155
# Style guides
1. [Ruby](https://github.com/bbatsov/ruby-style-guide).
1. [Ruby](https://github.com/rubocop-hq/ruby-style-guide).
Important sections include [Source Code Layout][rss-source] and
[Naming][rss-naming]. Use:
- multi-line method chaining style **Option A**: dot `.` on the second line
- string literal quoting style **Option A**: single quoted by default
1. [Rails](https://github.com/bbatsov/rails-style-guide)
1. [Rails](https://github.com/rubocop-hq/rails-style-guide)
1. [Newlines styleguide][newlines-styleguide]
1. [Testing][testing]
1. [JavaScript styleguide][js-styleguide]
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1. [Shell commands (Ruby)](../shell_commands.md) created by GitLab
contributors to enhance security
1. [Database Migrations](../migration_style_guide.md)
1. [Markdown](http://www.cirosantilli.com/markdown-styleguide)
1. [Markdown](https://cirosantilli.com/markdown-style-guide/)
1. [Documentation styleguide](../documentation/styleguide.md)
1. Interface text should be written subjectively instead of objectively. It
should be the GitLab core team addressing a person. It should be written in
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1. [Python](../python_guide/index.md)
This is also the style used by linting tools such as
[RuboCop](https://github.com/bbatsov/rubocop) and [Hound CI](https://houndci.com).
[RuboCop](https://github.com/rubocop-hq/rubocop) and [Hound CI](https://houndci.com).
---
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......@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ Architectural decisions should be accessible to everyone, so please document
them in the relevant Merge Request discussion or by updating our documentation
when appropriate.
You can find the Frontend Architecture experts on the [team page](https://about.gitlab.com/team).
You can find the Frontend Architecture experts on the [team page](https://about.gitlab.com/company/team).
## Examples
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GitLab supports native unicode emojis and fallsback to image-based emojis selectively
when your platform does not support it.
# How to update Emojis
## How to update Emojis
1. Update the `gemojione` gem
1. Update `fixtures/emojis/index.json` from [Gemojione](https://github.com/jonathanwiesel/gemojione/blob/master/config/index.json).
1. Update `fixtures/emojis/index.json` from [Gemojione](https://github.com/bonusly/gemojione/blob/master/config/index.json).
In the future, we could grab the file directly from the gem.
We should probably make a PR on the Gemojione project to get access to
all emojis after being parsed or just a raw path to the `json` file itself.
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in a resolvers object when creating the default client. The default state can be set by writing
to the cache after setting up the default client.
```javascript
import Vue from 'vue';
import VueApollo from 'vue-apollo';
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.then(result => console.log(result));
```
Read more about the [Apollo] client in the [Apollo documentation][apollo-client-docs].
Read more about the [Apollo] client in the [Apollo documentation](https://www.apollographql.com/docs/tutorial/client/).
[Apollo]: https://www.apollographql.com/
[vue-apollo]: https://github.com/Akryum/vue-apollo/
[vue-apollo-docs]: https://akryum.github.io/vue-apollo/
[feature-flags]: ../feature_flags.md
[default-client]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/blob/master/app/assets/javascripts/lib/graphql.js
[apollo-client-docs]: https://www.apollographql.com/docs/tutorial/client.html
[vue-test-utils]: https://vue-test-utils.vuejs.org/
[apollo-link-state]: https://www.apollographql.com/docs/link/links/state.html
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1. A Jira Cloud instance
Atlassian provides free instances for development and testing. [Click here to sign up](http://go.atlassian.com/cloud-dev).
Atlassian provides free instances for development and testing. [Click here to sign up](https://developer.atlassian.com/platform/marketplace/getting-started/#free-developer-instances-to-build-and-test-your-app).
1. A GitLab instance available over the internet
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> This feature is currently behind the `:jira_connect_app` feature flag
# Installing the app in Jira
## Installing the app in Jira
1. Enable Jira development mode to install apps that are not from the Atlassian Marketplace
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1. A Database Specialist
An up-to-date list of people holding these titles can be found at
<https://about.gitlab.com/team/>.
<https://about.gitlab.com/company/team/>.
When writing your migrations, also consider that databases might have stale data
or inconsistencies and guard for that. Try to make as few assumptions as
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......@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ D3 is very popular across many projects outside of GitLab:
- [The New York Times](https://archive.nytimes.com/www.nytimes.com/interactive/2012/02/13/us/politics/2013-budget-proposal-graphic.html)
- [plot.ly](https://plot.ly/)
- [Droptask](https://www.droptask.com/)
- [Droptask](https://www.ayoa.com/previously-droptask/)
Within GitLab, D3 has been used for the following notable features
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## Monitoring
We have a performance dashboard available in one of our [grafana instances](https://dashboards.gitlab.net/d/1EBTz3Dmz/sitespeed-page-summary?orgId=1). This dashboard automatically aggregates metric data from [sitespeed.io](https://sitespeed.io) every 6 hours. These changes are displayed after a set number of pages are aggregated.
We have a performance dashboard available in one of our [grafana instances](https://dashboards.gitlab.net/d/1EBTz3Dmz/sitespeed-page-summary?orgId=1). This dashboard automatically aggregates metric data from [sitespeed.io](https://www.sitespeed.io/) every 6 hours. These changes are displayed after a set number of pages are aggregated.
These pages can be found inside a text file in the gitlab-build-images [repository](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-build-images) called [gitlab.txt](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-build-images/blob/master/scripts/gitlab.txt)
Any frontend engineer can contribute to this dashboard. They can contribute by adding or removing urls of pages from this text file. Please have a [frontend monitoring expert](https://about.gitlab.com/team) review your changes before assigning to a maintainer of the `gitlab-build-images` project. The changes will go live on the next scheduled run after the changes are merged into `master`.
Any frontend engineer can contribute to this dashboard. They can contribute by adding or removing urls of pages from this text file. Please have a [frontend monitoring expert](https://about.gitlab.com/company/team) review your changes before assigning to a maintainer of the `gitlab-build-images` project. The changes will go live on the next scheduled run after the changes are merged into `master`.
There are 3 recommended high impact metrics to review on each page:
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end
```
The steps of each test are written using capybara methods ([documentation](http://www.rubydoc.info/gems/capybara/2.15.1)).
The steps of each test are written using capybara methods ([documentation](https://www.rubydoc.info/gems/capybara/2.15.1)).
Bear in mind <abbr title="XMLHttpRequest">XHR</abbr> calls might require you to use `wait_for_requests` in between steps, like so:
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### Vuex Helper: `testAction`
We have a helper available to make testing actions easier, as per [official documentation](https://vuex.vuejs.org/en/testing.html):
We have a helper available to make testing actions easier, as per [official documentation](https://vuex.vuejs.org/guide/testing.html):
```
testAction(
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### Button role
If an HTML element has an `onClick` handler but is not a button, it should have `role="button"`. This is [more accessible](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Accessibility/ARIA/ARIA_Techniques/Using_the_button_role).
If an HTML element has an `onClick` handler but is not a button, it should have `role="button"`. This is [more accessible](https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Accessibility/ARIA/Roles/button_role).
```html
// bad
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Pyenv installation will add required changes to Bash. If you use a different shell,
check for any additional steps required for it.
For Fish, you can install a plugin for [Fisherman](https://github.com/fisherman/fisherman):
For Fish, you can install a plugin for [Fisher](https://github.com/jorgebucaran/fisher):
```bash
fisher add fisherman/pyenv
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After running that command, you can run GitLab on the same shell and it will be using the Python and dependencies
installed from the `pipenv install` command.
# QueryRecorder
QueryRecorder is a tool for detecting the [N+1 queries problem](http://guides.rubyonrails.org/active_record_querying.html#eager-loading-associations) from tests.
QueryRecorder is a tool for detecting the [N+1 queries problem](https://guides.rubyonrails.org/active_record_querying.html#eager-loading-associations) from tests.
> Implemented in [spec/support/query_recorder.rb](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/blob/master/spec/support/helpers/query_recorder.rb) via [9c623e3e](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/commit/9c623e3e5d7434f2e30f7c389d13e5af4ede770a)
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- [Bullet](profiling.md#Bullet) For finding `N+1` query problems
- [Performance guidelines](performance.md)
- [Merge request performance guidelines](merge_request_performance_guidelines.md#query-counts)
\ No newline at end of file
- [Merge request performance guidelines](merge_request_performance_guidelines.md#query-counts)
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## Overview
GitLab is built on top of [Ruby on Rails][rails], and we're using [RSpec] for all
GitLab is built on top of [Ruby on Rails](https://rubyonrails.org/), and we're using [RSpec] for all
the backend tests, with [Capybara] for end-to-end integration testing.
On the frontend side, we're using [Karma] and [Jasmine] for JavaScript unit and
integration testing.
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[Return to Development documentation](../README.md)
[rails]: http://rubyonrails.org/
[RSpec]: https://github.com/rspec/rspec-rails#feature-specs
[Capybara]: https://github.com/teamcapybara/capybara
[Karma]: http://karma-runner.github.io/
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---
redirect_to: 'https://design.gitlab.com/resources/design-resources'
redirect_to: 'https://design.gitlab.com/resources/design-resources/'
---
The content of this document was moved into the [GitLab Design System](https://design.gitlab.com/).
The content of this document was moved into the [GitLab Design System](https://design.gitlab.com/resources/design-resources/).
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## Introduction
[OpenShift Origin][openshift] is an open source container application
platform created by [RedHat], based on [kubernetes] and [Docker]. That means
[OpenShift Origin](https://www.okd.io/) (**Note:** renamed to OKD in Aug 2018) is an open source container application
platform created by [RedHat], based on [kubernetes](https://kubernetes.io/) and [Docker]. That means
you can host your own PaaS for free and almost with no hassle.
In this tutorial, we will see how to deploy GitLab in OpenShift using GitLab's
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## Prerequisites
OpenShift 3 is not yet deployed on RedHat's offered Online platform ([openshift.com]),
so in order to test it, we will use an [all-in-one Virtualbox image][vm] that is
CAUTION: **Caution:** This information is no longer up to date, as the current versions
have changed and products have been renamed.
OpenShift 3 is not yet deployed on RedHat's offered Online platform, [openshift.com](https://www.openshift.com/),
so in order to test it, we will use an [all-in-one Virtualbox image](https://www.okd.io/minishift/) that is
offered by the OpenShift developers and managed by Vagrant. If you haven't done
already, go ahead and install the following components as they are essential to
test OpenShift easily:
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## Current limitations
As stated in the [all-in-one VM][vm] page:
As stated in the [all-in-one VM](https://www.okd.io/minishift/) page:
> By default, OpenShift will not allow a container to run as root or even a
non-random container assigned userid. Most Docker images in the Dockerhub do not
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PaaS and managing your applications with the ease of containers.
[RedHat]: https://www.redhat.com/en "RedHat website"
[openshift]: https://www.openshift.org "OpenShift Origin website"
[vm]: https://www.openshift.org/vm/ "OpenShift All-in-one VM"
[vm-new]: https://app.vagrantup.com/openshift/boxes/origin-all-in-one "Official OpenShift Vagrant box on Vagrant Cloud"
[template]: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/omnibus-gitlab/blob/master/docker/openshift-template.json "OpenShift template for GitLab"
[openshift.com]: https://openshift.com "OpenShift Online"
[kubernetes]: http://kubernetes.io/ "Kubernetes website"
[Docker]: https://www.docker.com "Docker website"
[oc]: https://docs.openshift.org/latest/cli_reference/get_started_cli.html "Documentation - oc CLI documentation"
[VirtualBox]: https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads "VirtualBox downloads"
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- macOS
Installation of GitLab on these operating systems is possible, but not supported.
Please see the [installation from source guide](installation.md) and the [installation guides](https://about.gitlab.com/installation/) for more information.
Please see the [installation from source guide](installation.md) and the [installation guides](https://about.gitlab.com/install/) for more information.
### Microsoft Windows
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## Versioning
GitLab uses [Semantic Versioning](http://semver.org/) for its releases:
GitLab uses [Semantic Versioning](https://semver.org/) for its releases:
`(Major).(Minor).(Patch)` in a [pragmatic way](https://gist.github.com/jashkenas/cbd2b088e20279ae2c8e).
For example, for GitLab version 10.5.7:
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- [Cleanup](cleanup.md)
- [Features](features.md)
- [LDAP Maintenance](../administration/raketasks/ldap.md)
- [General Maintenance](maintenance.md) and self-checks
- [General Maintenance](../administration/raketasks/maintenance.md) and self-checks
- [User management](user_management.md)
- [Webhooks](web_hooks.md)
- [Import](import.md) of git repositories in bulk
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# GitLab Training Material
All GitLab training material is stored in markdown format. Slides are
generated using [Deskset](http://www.decksetapp.com/).
generated using [Deskset](https://www.deckset.com/).
All training material is open to public contribution.
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## Additional Resources
1. [GitLab Documentation](https://docs.gitlab.com)
1. [GUI Clients](http://git-scm.com/downloads/guis)
1. [Pro Git book](http://git-scm.com/book)
1. [GUI Clients](https://git-scm.com/downloads/guis)
1. [Pro Git book](https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2)
1. [Platzi Course](https://courses.platzi.com/courses/git-gitlab/)
1. [Code School tutorial](http://try.github.io/)
1. Contact us at `subscribers@gitlab.com`
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