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\subsection{Issues}
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Allow you signalize problems and to delegate their solving to people.
Allow you to signalize problems and to delegate their solving to
project members.
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You can make issues and:
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You can find more information on the GitLab
\textcolor{cyan}{\href{https://docs.gitlab.com/ce/user/project/wiki/}{documentation}}.
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\subsection{Example: wiki main page creation}
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More information here \textcolor{cyan}{\href{https://docs.gitlab.com/ce/workflow/notifications.html}{here}}.
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\subsection{GitLab Notifications Settings}
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\subsection{Dealing with large files}
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\textbf{git-annex} allows managing large files with git.
\begin{itemize}
\item Without checking the file contents into git.
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\subsection{GitLab versions}
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\begin{itemize}
\item Core
\item Starter
\item Premium
\item Ultimate
\end{itemize}
\url{https://about.gitlab.com/pricing/self-managed/feature-comparison/}
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% There are various best practices:
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% \item Add a README.md for every folder.
% \item Utilize the group project pattern.
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% \subsection{Summary}
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\subsection{Follow up course}
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\textcolor{blue-color}{\href{https://git.lumc.nl/humgen/gitcourse/}{Code and data management with Git}}
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\subsubsection*{Group Creation}
Create a new \textbf{group} that has the visibility level set to
``\textbf{Private}''.
``\textbf{Private}''. Make sure that the ``Create a Mattermost team for this
group'' box is unchecked.
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Add one of your neighbours, e.g. left neighbour, to the group as
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Create a new \textbf{issue} in which the neighbour with ``\textbf{Maintainer}''
\textbf{group role} is asked to add a new folder (directory) named
``\textbf{data}'' together with a ``\textbf{README.md}'' file in it.
\textbf{group role} is asked to add a new directory named ``\textbf{data}''
together with a ``\textbf{README.md}'' file in it.
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Check your email and GitLab ``\textbf{To Do}'' page for the notifications.
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Navigate to the \textbf{issue} that was assigned to you. Add a folder entitled
``\textbf{data}'' to that project.
Navigate to the \textbf{issue} that was assigned to you. Add a directory
entitled ``\textbf{data}'' to that project.
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Add a ``\textbf{README.md}'' file under the newly created ``\textbf{data}''
folder. Mention in the content that it is intended for data results.
directory. Mention in the content that it is intended for data results.
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\textbf{Comment and close} the issue that was assigned to you.
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check its summary.
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\subsubsection*{Cleaning up}
Delete the project that you created (Settings - General - Advanced).
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Delete the group that you created (Settings - General - Path, transfer, remove).
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