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#Online event: GitLab Runners on local environment

Ημερομηνία/Ώρα
Date(s) - 30/09/2020
19:00 - 20:00

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Press the “attend” button to get the zoom link and join this online event on September 30.

The meetup will be hosted by Nick Maris in which Evaggelos Balaskas will show us how to run GitLab Runner with the docker executor in your local machine.

Agenda

19:00 EEST – Welcome by Nick Maris
19:05 EEST – Presentation by Evaggelos Balaskas
19:35 EEST – Q&A
19:55 EEST – Closing

To stay connected, you can join our discord server (https://discord.gg/rCh2cY).

To put questions/comments before/at the event, use this (https://gitlab.com/athensmeetup/events/-/issues/15) issue in our repository or mention us on twitter (https://twitter.com/gitlabathens).

Our zoom Pro account is sponsored by PCCW Global (https://www.pccwglobal.com).

About us

This meetup is supported by GitLab.

We’re a community of people interested in the GitLab platform and open source project. #GitLab (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23GitLab&src=hashtag_click) #GitLabAthens (https://twitter.com/search?q=%23GitLabAthens&src=hashtag_click)

We prefer a networking session with many interractions, rather than a webinar with many silent attendees.

To state a topic you would like to watch and gather interest, you can open (https://gitlab.com/athensmeetup/events/-/issues/new) an issue.

To present one, choose the template topic-to-present.

To become a host, a sponsor, help us spread the word (https://about.gitlab.com/blog/2020/03/05/get-involved-with-gitlab-meetups) or ask any question, please contact us ([masked]).
We are also at https://twitter.com/gitlabathens

Our actions are based on what we value so that we have a culture that helps us and really represents us:

Code of Conduct (https://about.gitlab.com/company/culture/contribute/coc)

: Harassment is not tolerated and we practice saying “Yes and” to each other which is a theatre improvisation technique to build on each other’s ideas.

Low level of shame (https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/values/#low-level-of-shame): We value doing small things without a lot of predicting, and without a lot of explaining in order to get feedback over hiding something in fear of receiving judgement.

Bias for Action (https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/values/#bias-for-action): We value doing something now over waiting for example for 3 more events.

Respect people’s time and attention: We respect people’s time on the event through an agenda like Intro-Talks-Questions and an agreed duration. Also, we respect people’s attention and we avoid spamming people with announcements that are more noisy than informative.

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