Welcome to the Pins team's official English Handbook! This is where the whole handbook lives and resides, as we follow our footsteps on GitLab's handbook.
Heads up, the handbook is still work-in-progress.
What's In the Book¶
There are so many articles in our team's Handbook and we have divided it into different sections to improve handbook navigation, just in case the navigation bar is outdated.
About Our Handbook and Resources¶
FAQs about our handbook, the style guide, team and community directories, among other resources.
- About the Handbook
- Style Guide
- Hall of Fame
- Team Members' Codenames
- Team and Community Members
- Keybase Users
Life at the Pins team¶
Learn more how your life will looks like when you join the team.
- Life at the Pins team
The DevOps department is where we place our developers and sysadmins here. DevOps and GitLab is a good partner, but how about Glitch (or even GitPod)?
The GitLab way¶
How the Pins team uses GitLab and do Git-related stuff the GitLab way like triaging issues and merge requests.
- GitLab What?
- Triage Operations
- GitLab Runners
- Migrating from GitHub
Community Hub Network¶
Learn more about our Community Hub Network, our policies, and where our Community Hubs can be found, among other things.
- Community Hub
- Community-Asked Questions
- Telegram Network Federation
- Minecraft Servers
Copyright blah blah blah, privacy policies and other legal stuff. While we have an legal website for legal info, we are not lawyers and attonerys! We're just internet people.
Open for community feedback¶
Your contributions are licensed under both Mozilla Public License Version 2.0+ and Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike International License 4.0+.
You are free to fork, remix, and use our handbook in any form, but you are required to give attribution and license under the same terms, unless otherwise specified in your IP permission request in the Issue Tracker.1