This extension shows a dashboard for all projects in GitLab
Gitlab Dashboard is a browser extension that helps developers that use Gitlab as version control system to keep track of their project and branches in real time. It displays information of private (self-hosted) or public Gitlab projects, like name and opened merge requests and also the current status of their pipeline. After configuring the version control system API access, the user can select which projects and branches should be displayed on dashboard.
- (2020-09-06) Jörn Guy Süß: I would like links to the builds and maybe other available stats like tests passed. Also this does not work on chromium on the raspberry PI. Unfortunate if you want an information radiator. The configuration dialog does not work.
- (2020-09-06, v:1.5.0) Jörn Guy Süß: No configurable on Chromium on raspberry pi
On Raspian 32 bit in chromium the drop-down menu shows no entries. This is a blocker that makes it impossible to use this for wall-mounted displays. If this is just a UI interface, it would be great to have this fixed.
- (2020-06-08, v:1.5.0) Karl Tiedt: Project selection is rather painful in large companies
1) being able to scroll left/right is not obvious in the dialog.. so at first glance it appears the project selection is off screen and un-viewable if you have nested project structures. 2) Due to high number of accounts, scrolling through the list in the tiny dialog is rather difficult to find what you are looking for. Suggestion, don't do project selection in a dialog... and enable filtering of the project selection via a combobox input or some other form of filtering (not familiar with the gitlab API so not sure what they allow)
- (2020-02-27, v:1.5.0) Jonathan Granier: Multiple Dashboard
Hello, Thank you for your extension, its really helpful. On our project we have many branch and projects. Do you think it is possible to have multiple Dashboard for exemple (10 projects on develop, master, release) to have one exposing all projects on branch Develop an other one for master branches, etc? Regards,