Prioritized labels

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  • security
    Issues related to the security of GitLab or its dependencies. Please report vulnerabilities responsibly per
  • customer
    Issues that were reported by Enterprise Edition subscribers. This label should be accompanied by either the 'bug' or 'feature proposal' label
  • customer+
    Issues filed by specific customers.
  • regression / gitlab-runner
    Issues and changes related to regressions (introduced by non-patch releases)
  • bug
    Issues that report undesirable or incorrect behavior
  • direction
    Issues for important features that are on our roadmap:
  • high priority / gitlab-runner
    Other important issues
  • Other labels

  • AP1
    Availability/Priority Level 1
  • AP2
    Availability/Priority Level 2
  • AP3
    Availability/Priority Level 3
  • Build
    Issues for the Build team. Covers everything related to the GitLab omnibus package:
  • CI/CD
    Issues for the CI/CD team. Covers everything related to GitLab CI, including Deploy, Pages and the container registry
  • Issues that have been scheduled for an upcoming release and are actively being worked on by people from the community
  • Dev Advocacy
    Feature proposals or bug reports, collected by developer advocates
  • Discussion
    Issues for the Discussion team. Covers Issues, Merge Requests, Markdown, etc
  • Documentation
    Issues for the Documentation team. Covers our efforts to continuously improve and maintain the quality of GitLab documentation
  • Doing / gitlab-runner
    Workflow: ongoing issues in a release
  • EE Premium
    Features or changes limited or intended as part of EE Premium. For, corresponds to any non-admin features in the Silver and Gold Plans
  • Edge
    Issues for the Edge team. Covers GitLab code/workflows improvements, Triaging issues, Reviewing Community MRs, etc
  • GitLab API / gitlab-runner
    Issues and changes related to Runner <-> GitLab API
  • Gitaly
    Issues for the Gitaly team
  • In dev
    Issues that are actively being worked on by a developer
  • In review
    Issues that are undergoing code review by the development team and/or undergoing design review by the UX team