exists now and individuals can host
projects there; at the team level we're moving some RelEng projects over
and will be in touch with early adopters soon; you can find a roadmap
for this work at https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/GitLab/Roadmap
- read on
for more details.
It's been a while since my last update on WMF's implementation of
GitLab, so here's another one.
When I last wrote, we were hoping to have a minimum-viable installation
of GitLab by the end of June. That mostly worked out.
is now live, and seeing (limited) real usage.
So can you use it? Yes, with caveats.
* Once T288162 - https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T288162
- is resolved
in the near future, everyone with a Wikimedia developer account should
be able to sign in. Until then, use is limited to members of the WMF,
WMDE, and NDA groups.
* No shared CI job runners are provided yet
* No teams just yet, only individual projects, getting ACL right is hard :)
* Your data will not be obliterated from here forward, *probably*
* We have backups even!
Can teams use it? Soon! RelEng is porting a few projects over, and then
we'll get in touch with teams on the early adopter list.
Things we're thinking about:
* Shared CI runners: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T287279
* ACL groups and membership: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T282842
* Early adopters: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T282842
The WMF has also hired two full-time serviceops folks with a GitLab focus.
Lastly, I'll note that we have a roadmap for this work, with rough
As ever, you can follow work on this project on Phabricator:
Feel free to reach out with any questions via mail, Phabricator, or
#wikimedia-releng on Libera Chat IRC.