Commit b0541b26 authored by Yoginth's avatar Yoginth Committed by Stan Hu
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Fix typos in www-gitlab-com entire project

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......@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ Thank you for your interest and help!
We don't mind people inside and outside the company making suggestions to change significant things.
Feel free to make a proposal, we can discuss anything and if we don't agree we'll feel free not to merge it and we'll thank you for caring about it.
 
We want to create a welcoming environment for everyone who is interested in contributing. Please visit our [Code of Conduct page](https://about.gitlab.com/contributing/code-of-conduct) to learn more about our committment to an open and welcoming environment.
We want to create a welcoming environment for everyone who is interested in contributing. Please visit our [Code of Conduct page](https://about.gitlab.com/contributing/code-of-conduct) to learn more about our commitment to an open and welcoming environment.
 
If you submit blog post contributions, those contributions are also governed by the Contributor License Agreements linked to below. This means that copyright of submitted materials will belong to GitLab, but under the Creative Commons license you are free to re-use the material with attribution.
 
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......@@ -842,7 +842,7 @@
- url: "https://support.crowdin.com/gitlab-integration/"
title: GitLab integration documentation
- title: POEditor
content: Collaborative translation platform and localization management software. The integration with GitLab connects the translations in POEditor projects with language files in GitLab repos, simplifying translation management and syncronization.
content: Collaborative translation platform and localization management software. The integration with GitLab connects the translations in POEditor projects with language files in GitLab repos, simplifying translation management and synchronization.
links:
- url: https://poeditor.com/
title: POEditor
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......@@ -540,7 +540,7 @@ continuous_integration:
#
# ## More information
#
# - Read how to use GitLab CI in the [GitLab CI/CD documenation](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/ci/)
# - Read how to use GitLab CI in the [GitLab CI/CD documentation](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/ci/)
# - View a [demo of GitLab CI/CD](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iXFbchozdY)
# - [HumanGeo switched from Jenkins to GitLab and cut costs by 1/3](/2017/11/14/humangeo-switches-jenkins-gitlab-ci/)
# - [Ticketmaster sped up build times by 15x with GitLab CI](/2017/06/07/continous-integration-ticketmaster/)
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......@@ -115,7 +115,7 @@ Forrester:
- leaders: "IBM, Microsoft, and SAS"
- linktitle: "Link to report"
link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iBSwoCuLPXBdeQoMoeNkMGMo9gF8FVTk/view?usp=sharing
- inclusion: "Each vendor chosen had data management tools or services, multiple analytical tools or services, insight applicaiton development tools or services, unified platform management tools or services, experience with enterprise-size firms, and a strategic focus on insight platform enablement."
- inclusion: "Each vendor chosen had data management tools or services, multiple analytical tools or services, insight application development tools or services, unified platform management tools or services, experience with enterprise-size firms, and a strategic focus on insight platform enablement."
- stage: "Monitor, Meltano"
description: "Forrester defines an enterprise insight platform as an integrated set of data management, analytics, and development tools that provide a general, enterprise-class platform for building systems of insight."
 
......@@ -399,9 +399,9 @@ gartner:
- leaders: "Informatica, Dell Boomi, Workato"
- linktitle: "Link to report"
link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HbAkQBAh8EMRdJm9v0lX0erjA6HAoE_w/view?usp=sharing
- inclusion: "It has to be a cloud service, it has to be a PaaS solution, it has to provide iPaaS capabilities including features targeting data integration, features targeting application integration, and connectivity to different endpoints for on-premises and cloud. It has to have mulitple data/message delivery styles, it has to be enterprise-grade and aimed at enterprise-class projects, it has to be marketed for a broad range of use ases, verticals and industries, and it has to be provided as a standalone service directly usable by the subscriber."
- inclusion: "It has to be a cloud service, it has to be a PaaS solution, it has to provide iPaaS capabilities including features targeting data integration, features targeting application integration, and connectivity to different endpoints for on-premises and cloud. It has to have multiple data/message delivery styles, it has to be enterprise-grade and aimed at enterprise-class projects, it has to be marketed for a broad range of use ases, verticals and industries, and it has to be provided as a standalone service directly usable by the subscriber."
- stage: ""
description: "The integration-platform-as-a-service has bifurcated into: vendors with a broad go-to-market strategy that tackle a wide range of enterprise integration scenarios; vendors that focus on the more specific use cases. This Magic Quadrant focuses on the first category, enterpirse iPaaS."
description: "The integration-platform-as-a-service has bifurcated into: vendors with a broad go-to-market strategy that tackle a wide range of enterprise integration scenarios; vendors that focus on the more specific use cases. This Magic Quadrant focuses on the first category, enterprise iPaaS."
 
- report_title: "Critical Capabilities for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service, Worldwide"
report_last_date: "new report"
......@@ -410,7 +410,7 @@ gartner:
- linktitle: "Link to latest MQ for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service Worldwide"
link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HbAkQBAh8EMRdJm9v0lX0erjA6HAoE_w/view?usp=sharing
- stage: ""
description: "The integration-platform-as-a-service has bifurcated into: vendors with a broad go-to-market strategy that tackle a wide range of enterprise integration scenarios; vendors that focus on the more specific use cases. This Magic Quadrant focuses on the first category, enterpirse iPaaS."
description: "The integration-platform-as-a-service has bifurcated into: vendors with a broad go-to-market strategy that tackle a wide range of enterprise integration scenarios; vendors that focus on the more specific use cases. This Magic Quadrant focuses on the first category, enterprise iPaaS."
 
- report_title: "Magic Quadrant for Full Life Cycle API Management"
report_last_date: "April, 2018"
......@@ -439,7 +439,7 @@ gartner:
- leaders: "Software AG, EOS Software, Planview, CA Technologies"
- linktitle: "Link to report"
link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1l3f3LlxZgk47mvsgSu-OmfJ93FbhpRxC/view?usp=sharing
- inclusion: "Vendors must provide a top-down, stand-alone and dynamic IT portfolio analysis system. The products they offer must allow users to natively create and amnage at least three IT domain-specific portfolios; combine and cross-reference many types of objects and portfolios; include the ability to incorporate unstructured data such as survey results; support the identification, cataloging and analysis of risk factors; support the ability to graqphically depict, value and analyze application inventories; and allow users to buiild emergent digital product portfolios; support the creation and management of role-specific views for both IT and business managers, with material to support portfolio analysis and management; provide native portfolio management features and functions; import or otherwise include the potential operational costs and service impacts related to decision making affecting any IT portfolio, as well as import, manage and correlate data from other systems; suport IIPA without requiring the use of outside bolt-on software; be generally available and have multiple customers using the product in production."
- inclusion: "Vendors must provide a top-down, stand-alone and dynamic IT portfolio analysis system. The products they offer must allow users to natively create and amnage at least three IT domain-specific portfolios; combine and cross-reference many types of objects and portfolios; include the ability to incorporate unstructured data such as survey results; support the identification, cataloging and analysis of risk factors; support the ability to graqphically depict, value and analyze application inventories; and allow users to buiild emergent digital product portfolios; support the creation and management of role-specific views for both IT and business managers, with material to support portfolio analysis and management; provide native portfolio management features and functions; import or otherwise include the potential operational costs and service impacts related to decision making affecting any IT portfolio, as well as import, manage and correlate data from other systems; support IIPA without requiring the use of outside bolt-on software; be generally available and have multiple customers using the product in production."
- stage: ""
description: "The integrated IT portfolio analysis (IIPA) market provides technology solutions that can present the interrelated perspectives, views and considerations needed to make strategic decisions, as more enterprises shift from initiating to scaling digital business. IIPA vendors offer versatile and dynamic portfolio analysis and management, enabling users to create, connect and share portfolios."
 
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......@@ -77,7 +77,7 @@ devops_tools:
category:
- project_management
summary: |
Trello is a web-based project management application which uses the analogy of lists and cards as a user interface. A rich API as well as email-in capabilitiy enables integration with enterprise systems, or with cloud-based integration services. Trello offers a web interface, and mobile clients, and synchronizes all of them in near real time. Trello is offered as SaaS only.
Trello is a web-based project management application which uses the analogy of lists and cards as a user interface. A rich API as well as email-in capability enables integration with enterprise systems, or with cloud-based integration services. Trello offers a web interface, and mobile clients, and synchronizes all of them in near real time. Trello is offered as SaaS only.
 
GitLab also offers a list and card based user interface for project management, but also offers capabilities in code creation, testing, packaging, releasing, monitoring, and securing the work. While Trello does a great job of providing the single funtionality of work item management and only as a SaaS solution, GitLab offers one application for the entire DevOps lifecycle, either as SaaS or in a self-managed form.
jira:
......@@ -382,7 +382,7 @@ devops_tools:
 
GitLab Ultimate automatically includes broad security scanning with every code commit including Static and Dynamic Application Security Testing, along with dependency scanning, container scanning, and license management.
 
For packaging deployments, both Sonatype and GitLab offer container registery, but Sonatype also offers a full binary repository in the form of Nexus Repository (available in both OSS and Pro).
For packaging deployments, both Sonatype and GitLab offer container registry, but Sonatype also offers a full binary repository in the form of Nexus Repository (available in both OSS and Pro).
jfrog_artifactory:
name: 'JFrog Artifactory'
logo: '/images/logos/jfrog_artifactory.png'
......@@ -409,14 +409,14 @@ devops_tools:
summary: |
Sonatype Nexus Repository (available in both OSS and Pro) is a part of the Sonatype Nexus suite. Other products are Nexus Lifecycle, Nexus Auditor, Nexus Firewall, Nexus Platform, and the Nexus Intelligence service.
 
Both Sonatype and GitLab offer a binary artifact repository and container registery, but Sonatype currently offers a support for more package types.
Both Sonatype and GitLab offer a binary artifact repository and container registry, but Sonatype currently offers a support for more package types.
docker_hub:
name: 'Docker Hub'
logo: '/images/devops-tools/docker-hub-logo.png'
category:
- container_registry
summary: |
Docker Hub is a cloud-based repository service in which Docker users and partners create, test, store and distribute container images. Docker Hub is the main public Docker repository which all docker tools go to by default. It offers both public repositories (for free) and private repositories (for a monthly recuring cost).
Docker Hub is a cloud-based repository service in which Docker users and partners create, test, store and distribute container images. Docker Hub is the main public Docker repository which all docker tools go to by default. It offers both public repositories (for free) and private repositories (for a monthly recurring cost).
docker_trusted_registry:
name: 'Docker Trusted Registry'
logo: '/images/devops-tools/docker-trusted-registry-logo.png'
......@@ -585,14 +585,14 @@ devops_tools:
logo: '/images/devops-tools/microfocus-logo.png'
category:
- authentication_and_authorization
summary: 'MicroFocus PPM is an IT project planning and management tool designed to help enterprise teams organize, plan, priortize and excecute large enterprise projects and programs. It facilitates capturing and priortizing demand from business teams, allocating resources and managing execution through to completion. It enables agile project execution through integration with MicroFocus ALM Octane and MicroFocus Agile Manager.'
summary: 'MicroFocus PPM is an IT project planning and management tool designed to help enterprise teams organize, plan, priortize and execute large enterprise projects and programs. It facilitates capturing and priortizing demand from business teams, allocating resources and managing execution through to completion. It enables agile project execution through integration with MicroFocus ALM Octane and MicroFocus Agile Manager.'
planview:
name: 'Planview'
logo: '/images/devops-tools/planview-logo.png'
category:
- agile_portfolio_management
- project_management
summary: 'Planview is an IT project planning and management tool designed to help enterprise teams organize, plan, priortize and excecute large agile projects and programs. It facilitates capturing and priortizing demand from business teams, allocating resources and managing execution through to completion.'
summary: 'Planview is an IT project planning and management tool designed to help enterprise teams organize, plan, priortize and execute large agile projects and programs. It facilitates capturing and priortizing demand from business teams, allocating resources and managing execution through to completion.'
agilecraft:
name: 'AgileCraft Enterprise'
logo: '/images/devops-tools/agilecraft-logo.png'
......@@ -670,7 +670,7 @@ devops_tools:
category:
- project_management
summary: |
Basecamp is a project management and collaboration tool desinged to eliminate tools like slack, email, and Google Docs. It promises to make it easier for project teams and their customers to share, collaborate, and complete project tasks.
Basecamp is a project management and collaboration tool designed to eliminate tools like slack, email, and Google Docs. It promises to make it easier for project teams and their customers to share, collaborate, and complete project tasks.
fogbugz:
name: 'FogBugz'
logo: '/images/devops-tools/fogbugz.png'
......@@ -1313,7 +1313,7 @@ features:
redmine: partially
fogbugz: partially
blueprint_storyteller: false
roi_case: "Track issue completion throughtout a milestone. Save manual tracking time."
roi_case: "Track issue completion throughout a milestone. Save manual tracking time."
shorthand: "burndown"
hours_per_incident: 0.25
incidents_per_year: 100
......@@ -1551,7 +1551,7 @@ features:
targetprocess: partially
fogbugz: false
- title: "Hill Chart Status reporting"
description: "Hill charts make it simple to report the general status of a work item, issue, or project. Where before the top of the hill, the item is full of uncertaintly and unknowns, and after the crest of the hill, execution is clear sailing with fewer risks and unknowns. "
description: "Hill charts make it simple to report the general status of a work item, issue, or project. Where before the top of the hill, the item is full of uncertainty and unknowns, and after the crest of the hill, execution is clear sailing with fewer risks and unknowns. "
# link_description: ""
# link: 'https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/topics/git/index.html'
category:
......@@ -1996,7 +1996,7 @@ features:
fogbugz: false
blueprint_storyteller: false
- title: "Backlog Management"
description: "Able to capture and track future features, capabilities, and work in a consolodated and organized list which enables the team to organize, prioritize, accept, plan and start work on relevant items. The backlog is where future work is captured, defined, evaluated, and planned. Specific features would include: Backlog, user stories, issues, effort estimate, priority, backlog board."
description: "Able to capture and track future features, capabilities, and work in a consolidated and organized list which enables the team to organize, prioritize, accept, plan and start work on relevant items. The backlog is where future work is captured, defined, evaluated, and planned. Specific features would include: Backlog, user stories, issues, effort estimate, priority, backlog board."
# link_description: ""
# link: 'https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/topics/git/index.html'
category:
......@@ -6174,7 +6174,7 @@ features:
puppet: true
chef: true
- title: "Infrastructure Orchestration"
description: "Model complex infrastructures and the dependencies between distributed services and systems that make up an application or application stack using infrastructure as code. The infrastructure orchestrator uses the model to manage deployment ensuring the right services are availabe, at the right time, with the right information."
description: "Model complex infrastructures and the dependencies between distributed services and systems that make up an application or application stack using infrastructure as code. The infrastructure orchestrator uses the model to manage deployment ensuring the right services are available, at the right time, with the right information."
# link_description: ""
# link: 'https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/topics/git/index.html'
category:
......@@ -6549,7 +6549,7 @@ features:
gitlab_premium: true
gitlab_ultimate: true
- title: "Define multiple pipelines per repo"
description: "While GitLab has multi-project piplines that give you a view accross projects, each pipleine definition live in a YAML file tied to a specific project. Today, GitLab lacks the ability to define multiple pipelines in a single YAML file."
description: "While GitLab has multi-project piplines that give you a view across projects, each pipleine definition live in a YAML file tied to a specific project. Today, GitLab lacks the ability to define multiple pipelines in a single YAML file."
link_description: "Read more on the issue"
link: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/22972
category:
......@@ -6575,7 +6575,7 @@ features:
gitlab_com: true
codefresh: true
- title: "Global Docker registry browser"
description: "A single UI view into images accross multiple repositories."
description: "A single UI view into images across multiple repositories."
category:
- container_registry
link_description: "Read more on the issue"
......@@ -6587,7 +6587,7 @@ features:
gitlab_com: false
codefresh: true
- title: "Global Kubernetes cluster configuration"
description: "A single UI view into Kubernetes cluster configuration accross multiple repositories."
description: "A single UI view into Kubernetes cluster configuration across multiple repositories."
category:
- kubernetes_configuration
link_description: "Read more on the issue"
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......@@ -181,7 +181,7 @@
logo: /images/organizations/logo_euronext.svg
landing: false
industry_type: 'financial'
- name: Goverment of Canada
- name: Government of Canada
logo: /images/organizations/logo_gov_of_canada.svg
landing: false
industry_type: 'public'
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......@@ -76,7 +76,7 @@
<li><a href="https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/workflow/lfs/manage_large_binaries_with_git_lfs.html">LFS</a> <a href="/company/team/structure/#expert">expert</a></li>
story: |
Marin loves to develop in Rails but has also grown an interest in operations, release and development workflows.
When video conferencing with him you get a cat running accross the room as a bonus.
When video conferencing with him you get a cat running across the room as a bonus.
He is notorious for starting early in the morning just after breakfast and not having lunch until his workday is over.
You would expect him to be hungry and grumpy the last few hours but as long as his internet connection is up he is always friendly and upbeat.
He loves travelling and talking about politics. Here's a link to Marin's <a href="/handbook/engineering/infrastructure/team/delivery/engineering-manager/">README</a>.
......@@ -2646,7 +2646,7 @@
- Sales
- Sales NQR
story: |
Joe is an accomplished sales professional with experience in advertising, infrastructure and cloud platform technologies and has spent enough time on the command line to know how to break just about everything. Joe grew up in Chicago-land and has lived in Atlanta Georiga and Phoenix Arizona before moving to San Francisco California. In his free time Joe is avid snowboarder, yogi and non-fiction reader.
Joe is an accomplished sales professional with experience in advertising, infrastructure and cloud platform technologies and has spent enough time on the command line to know how to break just about everything. Joe grew up in Chicago-land and has lived in Atlanta Georgia and Phoenix Arizona before moving to San Francisco California. In his free time Joe is avid snowboarder, yogi and non-fiction reader.
 
- slug: kyla
type: person
......@@ -3462,7 +3462,7 @@
- Ops Sub-department
- Monitor BE Team
story: |
Originaly from Minnesota, Ben has been a Systems Engineer/SRE since running a tiny ISP in the late 1990s.
Originally from Minnesota, Ben has been a Systems Engineer/SRE since running a tiny ISP in the late 1990s.
Now living in Berlin, Germany, he's a contributor to the Prometheus monitoring system.
 
- slug: andrew-n
......@@ -4199,7 +4199,7 @@
location_factor: 0.6889
locality: Minneapolis, MN
country: USA
role: <a href="/job-families/legal/vp-legal-commercial-ip-compliance/">VP of Legal - Commerical, IP & Compliance</a>
role: <a href="/job-families/legal/vp-legal-commercial-ip-compliance/">VP of Legal - Commercial, IP & Compliance</a>
reports_to: paul-m
picture: jamiehurewitz.jpg
twitter: hurewitzjamie
......@@ -4382,7 +4382,7 @@
departments:
- Finance
story: |
Cristine is serious about billing and billing related fields, spending almost all of her free time keeping up and learning new advanced billing techniques. Recently she has been studying addition, useful when you need to combine multiple numbers into one! Outside of work, Cristine is a dedicated Ashtanga yoga practioner and she can be found every morning on her mat. Cristine also enjoys indoor sport climbing, hiking, board games & video games.
Cristine is serious about billing and billing related fields, spending almost all of her free time keeping up and learning new advanced billing techniques. Recently she has been studying addition, useful when you need to combine multiple numbers into one! Outside of work, Cristine is a dedicated Ashtanga yoga practitioner and she can be found every morning on her mat. Cristine also enjoys indoor sport climbing, hiking, board games & video games.
 
- slug: karen-mc
type: person
......@@ -4507,7 +4507,7 @@
- Executive
- Engineering Function
story: |
Prior to GitLab, Eric is the veteran of 4 enterprise technology startups. His previous industry experience is in marketing technology, localization software, online video streaming, and a commerical drone software & hardware. He specializes in building great teams and scaling rapidly. He beleives in the servant leadership model and staying cool under pressure. When not at work he's either exercising or spending time with his wife and two young daughters. Here's a link to Eric's <a href="/handbook/engineering/erics-readme/">README</a>.
Prior to GitLab, Eric is the veteran of 4 enterprise technology startups. His previous industry experience is in marketing technology, localization software, online video streaming, and a commercial drone software & hardware. He specializes in building great teams and scaling rapidly. He believes in the servant leadership model and staying cool under pressure. When not at work he's either exercising or spending time with his wife and two young daughters. Here's a link to Eric's <a href="/handbook/engineering/erics-readme/">README</a>.
remote_story: |
Previous to GitLab I used to bike to my metro stop, and commute over an hour each way into San Francisco. It was normal for me to leave the house before my wife and kids were awake, and to return after they had eaten dinner 5 days a week. Now I spend no time on trains, and tons more time with family, while adding more value at my job. I also like that every 9 months GitLab gives me an excuse to travel to an exotic location in the world to one of our summits. I don't get to travel internationally for fun much anymore after having kids, and this is a great perk for me.
 
......@@ -5734,7 +5734,7 @@
With a full-stack engineer background Olivier likes to work on all the layers of an application.
Previously at Gemnasium working on a SaaS to monitor software dependencies.
When not in front of his computer Olivier enjoys riding motorcycle, snowboarding and playing video and board games.
Born in France but now living in Canada he also enjoys the wonderfull winter season.
Born in France but now living in Canada he also enjoys the wonderful winter season.
 
- slug: fabien-c
type: person
......@@ -9290,7 +9290,7 @@
projects:
labkit: maintainer
story: |
Having worked for several startups as System Engineer and Software Engineer, Henri has witnessed the challenges and opportunities of fast-growing companies and loves to work on distributed systems, trying to improve their scalability. He is living in Postdam, Germany and has 3 daughters and 2 cats.
Having worked for several startups as System Engineer and Software Engineer, Henri has witnessed the challenges and opportunities of fast-growing companies and loves to work on distributed systems, trying to improve their scalability. He is living in Potsdam, Germany and has 3 daughters and 2 cats.
 
- slug: ben-hong
type: person
......@@ -10562,7 +10562,7 @@
gitlab-ce: reviewer backend
gitlab-ee: reviewer backend
story: |
Vladimir is a software engineer with a bit of managment experience. He loves to code and enjoys helping other people with any problem.
Vladimir is a software engineer with a bit of management experience. He loves to code and enjoys helping other people with any problem.
 
- slug: sara-a
type: person
......@@ -11664,7 +11664,7 @@
- Engineering Function
- Support Department
story: |
Shaun loves solving problems while supporting a team of passionate people. When not accidently breaking things with rusting skills, he can be found at his local CrossFit box (it's not a cult! Maybe it's a cult...), reading, travelling, being indecisive about what game to play on which console and experiencing all the joys that Australia has to offer. Especially the coffe, beaches and food, not necessarilyin that order.
Shaun loves solving problems while supporting a team of passionate people. When not accidentally breaking things with rusting skills, he can be found at his local CrossFit box (it's not a cult! Maybe it's a cult...), reading, travelling, being indecisive about what game to play on which console and experiencing all the joys that Australia has to offer. Especially the coffe, beaches and food, not necessarilyin that order.
 
- slug: david-c
type: person
......@@ -12309,7 +12309,7 @@
departments:
- Vacancy
- Engineering Function
- Security Deparment
- Security Department
expertise: |
 
 
......@@ -20630,7 +20630,7 @@
story: |
Pete graduated from Villanova University with a BS in Chemistry and also has a M Eng from Penn State.
He has worked for several software companies in the Testing and DevOps space over the past 15 years in several different technical selling roles.
He is an avid Villanova basketball fan and makes wine in his spare time so that he can say that he uses his chemisty degree.
He is an avid Villanova basketball fan and makes wine in his spare time so that he can say that he uses his chemistry degree.
 
- slug: cvillanueva
type: person
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......@@ -79,7 +79,7 @@
desc: Learn how to administer your GitLab instance to make sure it is highly available and useful for your teams.
tag: admin
items:
- desc: GitLab High Availablity
- desc: GitLab High Availability
url: https://about.gitlab.com/high-availability/
- desc: Maintenance and support
url: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8jsj59b4vk
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......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ module Gitlab
# rubocop:disable Style/MissingRespondToMissing
 
##
# Middeman Data File objects compatibiltiy
# Middeman Data File objects compatibility
#
def method_missing(name, *args, &block)
@data[name.to_s]
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......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ module Gitlab
# rubocop:disable Style/MissingRespondToMissing
 
##
# Middeman Data File objects compatibiltiy
# Middeman Data File objects compatibility
#
def method_missing(name, *args, &block)
@data[name.to_s]
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......@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ module Gitlab
# rubocop:disable Style/MissingRespondToMissing
 
##
# Middeman Data File objects compatibiltiy
# Middeman Data File objects compatibility
#
def method_missing(name, *args, &block)
@data[name.to_s]
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......@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ module Gitlab
# rubocop:disable Style/MissingRespondToMissing
 
##
# Middeman Data File objects compatibiltiy
# Middeman Data File objects compatibility
#
def method_missing(name, *args, &block)
@data[name.to_s]
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......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ module Gitlab
# rubocop:disable Style/MissingRespondToMissing
 
##
# Middeman Data File objects compatibiltiy
# Middeman Data File objects compatibility
#
def method_missing(name, *args, &block)
@data[name.to_s]
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......@@ -94,7 +94,7 @@ module Gitlab
end
 
##
# Middeman Data File objects compatibiltiy
# Middeman Data File objects compatibility
#
def method_missing(name, *args, &block) # rubocop:disable Style/MethodMissingSuper
@data[name.to_s]
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......@@ -113,7 +113,7 @@ First things first: An all-remote company means there is *no* office or headquar
The terms "remote" and "distributed" are often used interchangeably, but they're not quite the same. We prefer the term "remote" because "distributed" suggests multiple physical offices.
"Remote" is also the [most common term](https://www.google.com/search?ei=4IBsXKnLDIGRggftuqfAAQ&q=distributed+companies&oq=distributed+companies&gs_l=psy-ab.12...0.0..5177...0.0..0.0.0.......0......gws-wiz.6xnu76aJWr4) to refer to the absence of a physical workspace, and being able to do your job from anywhere.
 
For employees, being part of an all-remote company does not mean working independently or being isolated, because it's not a substitue for human interaction.
For employees, being part of an all-remote company does not mean working independently or being isolated, because it's not a substitute for human interaction.
Technology allows us to [stay closely in touch](https://about.gitlab.com/company/culture/all-remote/tips/#we-facilitate-informal-communication) with our teams, whether asychronously in text or in real time with high-fidelity conversations through video.
Teams should collaborate closely, communicate often, and feel like valuable members of a larger team.
 
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### We facilitate informal communication
 
Making social connections with coworkers is important to building trust within your organization.
All-remote companies need to faciliate these interactions for their teams.
All-remote companies need to facilitate these interactions for their teams.
Here are some of the ways we do that at GitLab:
 
- [Company call](/handbook/communication/#company-call): A daily team video call with an agenda where everyone is free to add subjects they'd like to discuss with the whole company.
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- Even when it can be hard to force yourself to move when working the whole day from your home try to go for a walk or do a short excersise for at least 15 minutes / day.
- There are multiple activities that can be done within a short amount of time like rope jumping, lifting kettlebells, push-ups or sit-ups. It might also help to split the activity into multiple shorter sessions. You can use an app that helps you with the workout, e.g., [7 minute workout](https://7minuteworkout.jnj.com/).
- Try to create a repeatable schedule that is consistent and try to make a habit out of it. Make sure you enjoy the activity.
- It can also help to create a goal or challenge for yourself, e.g., registering for a race can encourage you to excercise.
- It can also help to create a goal or challenge for yourself, e.g., registering for a race can encourage you to exercise.
- Eat less refined sugar and simple carbs, eat complex carbs instead. Try to eat more vegetables. Don't go to the kitchen to eat something every 15 minutes (it’s a trap!). Keep junk food out of your house.
- Have a water bottle with you at your desk. You will be more inclined to drink if it's available at all times.
- Sleep well and take a nap during the day if you need one.
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- Err on the side of caution and over-communication by contacting People Ops immediately if there is an issue or if you think there may be a problem/concern
 
**Who to contact?**
- Corporate Events team - can be reached throught the event app or [via email](mailto:contribute@gitlab.com)
- Corporate Events team - can be reached through the event app or [via email](mailto:contribute@gitlab.com)
- People Operations Team - can be reached via Slack and people ops email address
 
## Behavior
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* Edge: [Ship large database seeder for developers](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/28149). => 25% done
* Edge: [Enable Bullet by default on the CI](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/30129). => May not be practical given https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/30129#note_35800389
* VP Eng: Eliminate critical stability issues
* Discussion: Merge requests get merged 100% without ever getting into stuck locked state => 20% done. Improvements made in https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/merge_requests/13207, but still occuring. We need to measure rate.
* Discussion: Merge requests get merged 100% without ever getting into stuck locked state => 20% done. Improvements made in https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/merge_requests/13207, but still occurring. We need to measure rate.
* Platform: Project authorizations fast (< 1 s) and consistent (requires no manual refreshes). DONE
* Platform: Project imports and forks complete 100% without ever getting stuck => 10% done. Import issues need to be broken out separately.
* Platform: Namespace and project renames work 100% of the time => 30% done. Requires hashed storage support
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* Security: Vulnerability testing. Conduct external testing. => Done.
* Security: Improve security practices through people and processes. Backlog of security issues reduced by 50% (currently 148 issues in [gitlab-ce](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues?scope=all&utf8=%E2%9C%93&state=opened&label_name[]=security), 9 in [gitlab-ee](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ee/issues?scope=all&utf8=%E2%9C%93&state=opened&label_name[]=security), 69 on [infrastructure](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/infrastructure/issues?scope=all&utf8=%E2%9C%93&state=opened&label_name[]=security)). => Not done, backlog is larger.
* CEO: Increased usage of idea to production. 100% growth
* CMO: Generate more company and product awareness including [overtake Bitbucket in Google Trends](https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?q=bitbucket,gitlab). => [Acheived.](https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=2017-06-01%202017-09-30&q=bitbucket,gitlab)
* CMO: Generate more company and product awareness including [overtake Bitbucket in Google Trends](https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?q=bitbucket,gitlab). => [Achieved.](https://trends.google.com/trends/explore?date=2017-06-01%202017-09-30&q=bitbucket,gitlab)
* VP Prod: Issue boards usage increase. 100% (.com and usage ping) => ~100% increase
* VP Prod: Service Desk usage increase. 100% (.com and usage ping) => ~1000-2000% increase
* VP Prod: Subgroups usage increase. 100% (.com and usage ping)
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* Enable Sales with decks and Early Adopter Program => Done.
* CMO: Continue website redesign iteration to support our awareness and lead generation objectives, accounting for distinct audiences. => IA work initiated. Multiple pages redesigned, /resources 75% complete and /kubernetes launched.
* MSD: achieve target in new inbound opportunity SQL $ => Achieved 90% of target.
* MSD: achieve target in new outbound opportunity SQL $ => Acheived 72% of target.
* MSD: achieve target in new outbound opportunity SQL $ => Achieved 72% of target.
* MSD: achieve new opportunity volume target in strategic Sales segment accounts => Achieved 137% of target.
* CMO: Build out Product Marketing function, including hiring and on-boarding three people, updating objectives, process and handbook, and developing cross-functional alignment. => Partially completed with IC role. Not achieved on hiring additional roles.
* PMM: Evolve and deliver updated AE pitch deck messaging and incorporate Sales feedback => see individual items below
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* GOOD
* We had good results for our targeted OKR's, especially with adding a lot new Karma tests and crushing bugs
* Overall good results on our deliverables
* We closed 5 great frontend hires and fullfilled our hiring plan
* We closed 5 great frontend hires and fulfilled our hiring plan
* We made constant progress on our pure engineering tasks and performance improvements (Modules for Webpack, Libraries, SVG's, etc.)
* We reduced the number of regressions produced per release
* BAD
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* Solve one big technical change at a time with a clear and communicated plan
* Integrate 5 new team members with good onboarding and be ahead of our hiring plan so hires are made according to our plan
* Continue working closely with UX not only on deliverables but also on broader topics like the component library, SVG's and more
* Better documenation and tooling to support our overall team size and the overall frontend development workflow
* Better documentation and tooling to support our overall team size and the overall frontend development workflow
* Clear communication and insights from our side when a deliverable is becoming problematic and maybe slip, needs more attention, etc.
 
### CI/CD Lead
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* 10.7 [TODO](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ee/issues/5158)
* Monitoring: Prometheus deploy for customer apps feature => 100%
* 10.5 [Done](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues/41053)
* Monitoring: Ship 10 new alerts for monitoring GitLab => 0%, dropped due to scheudling of GCP required features.
* Monitoring: Ship 10 new alerts for monitoring GitLab => 0%, dropped due to scheduling of GCP required features.
* Monitoring: Instrument gitlab-shell => 50%, Instrumentation in production complete, but not packaged with Omnibus yet.
* OmniBus: [TODO](https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/omnibus-gitlab/issues/3117)
* Monitoring: Ship 100% of committed deliverables issues each release => 54%
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