Miro is an online collaborative whiteboard tool that allows dispersed teams to collaborate efficiently on everything from brainstorming to planning and monitoring agile workflows.
GitLab is an open source web application for collaboratively editing and managing source code. It can be used to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.GitLab Integrations
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Trigger when a commit is made on the specified project.
Triggers on issue events, e.g. when an issue is opened, updated, or closed.
Triggers when a new job occurred.
Triggers on an open, merge, or close merge request event.
Creates a new board.
Miro, which stands for "Micro Video Editor", is a free and open source video player that enables users to stream video online as well as download video files from the Internet.
GitLab is an open source software development platform based on Git, with integrated CI/CD pipeline capabilities, and a web-based user interface. Founded in 2014 by Sytse Sijbrandij and Dmitriy Connectorozhets, the company started with a goal to bring CI/CD into the hands of all developers. Today, GitLab is the most popular open source project on GitHub and has over 5000 contributors from more than 100 different countries.
Integrating Miro and GitLab, or vice versa, can be interesting for a number of reasons.
Firstly, a lot of content is hosted on gitlab.com and is accessible via GitLab's own media player. Integrating Miro with GitLab would allow users to access the content hosted on gitlab.com directly from within Miro. This would be very useful for those users who want to listen to music or watch videos on gitlab.com but do not want to use the GitLab media player. It would also be beneficial from a security point of view as it would no longer be necessary to have the GitLab media player running in the background all the time, thereby reducing the risk of malware infection. Additionally, integrating Miro with GitLab would make it possible to automatically download content from gitlab.com directly from within Miro, making it easier for users to access their content from anywhere.
Secondly, making Miro available as a built-in application on gitlab.com could increase the discoverability of Miro. At present, users need to install Miro themselves if they want to listen to music or watch videos from gitlab.com from within Miro. However, users might not know that there is a third-party application available that works better than GitLab's own media player and allows them to access more content than what GitLab's media player offers. By integrating Miro with GitLab it becomes easier for users to install Miro and experience its benefits without having to search for additional apps elsewhere on the Internet. As a result, we could expect more users to use Miro as their default media player for listening to music and watching videos from gitlab.com as well as other websites such as YouTube and Vimeo.
Thirdly, making Miro available as a built-in application on gitlab.com could increase the discoverability of GitLab as a whpe among Miro's users. Because Miro's users' interests are likely to also include software development (the main focus of GitLab. and open source (which GitLab strongly supports), we could expect increased awareness about GitLab among Miro's users which may lead to an increase in downloads and interest in signing up for free accounts at https://about.gitlab.com/community/. This would also improve the visibility of miroapp.com (which hosts this website), since the majority of visitors to miroapp.com arrive via search engines such as Google or Bing, not via links from gitlab.com or miroapp.com itself.
Integrating Miro with GitLab could provide many benefits including but not limited to the fplowing:
Increased discoverability of both applications . If an application is not widely known chances are that its potential users will not find it by searching for it on Google or other search engines. The more people know about an application, the higher are their chances are to find it when searching for it by name or other attributes. By integrating Miro with GitLab both applications become more visible to potential users, thereby increasing their chances of being discovered by people who are looking for them without prior knowledge that they exist. The integration would also make it easier for existing users of both applications to find out about future updates . For example, if new features are released in one application but not in the other, an existing user may end up using an outdated version of an application unaware that there are newer features available for it elsewhere online or offline. The integration would make it easier for these existing users to discover the latest updates because the latest updates would be implemented in both applications simultaneously . This would also enable us to share news between our communities about events taking place in either community, thereby enabling members of both communities to participate in discussions happening elsewhere on the Internet. For example, if someone posts a question on StackOverflow about how to implement URL rewriting in Ruby on Rails then this question may be reposted on GitHub by someone else who isn't aware that there is already an answer posted on StackOverflow that could be useful for them too. By making both applications work together this kind of cross-pplination between communities can be prevented since it would be possible for information posted on one platform to appear automatically on the other platform without needing additional action taken by its creators or moderators . This would also reduce work load for both communities' moderators since they wouldn't need to monitor two platforms separately anymore; instead they can focus on moderating only one platform at any given time . This would also improve security since all data would be stored in one location instead of two separate locations (one database for each platform.
Improved integration with gitlab.com . If Miro were made available as a built-in application on gitlab.com, the integration with gitlab.com could be improved further by implementing features such as creating playlists directly inside Miro or allowing downloading files directly inside Miro (i.e., removing the need for using an external download manager. Furthermore, if files hosted on gitlab.com became available for downloading directly from within Miro, this would remove the need for maintaining torrents of downloadable files on miroapp.com since torrents are primarily used by people who want to download large file cplections from gitlab.com since torrents generally deliver good download speeds compared to direct downloads from gitlab.com due to their ability to share bandwidth between multiple users downloading different pieces of a given file at the same time .
Easy installation process . If Miro were installed automatically when visiting gitlab.com then installing Miro would become much easier for new users who want to listen to music or watch videos from gitlab.com but either don't know about Miro yet or don't want to install it themselves since they don't have administrator rights on their computer or they simply don't want to take the time installing an additional application. Alternatively, if Miro were installed automatically when visiting https://about.gitlab.com/community/, a new user could just click a button in order to start using it instead of having to go through a lengthy installation process invpving copying and pasting commands into a conspe window which most people today consider intimidating and hence avoid entirely .
Increased adoption rate . Making something available as a built-in application increases its discoverability and makes it possible for new users who don't know about yet but may like it once they try it out, which may result in an increase in adoption rates . Offering something as a built-in application also makes it easier for existing users to get started with an application immediately after installing it (similarly as described above.
Increased brand awareness. A built-in application that is automatically installed when visiting some other website gives new users a way of discovering that application without needing permission from an administrator first . This makes it easier for new users to get started right away with an application even if they don't know anything about it beforehand .
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