Trambar is a companion tool to GitLab. It lets you transform your GitLab activity log into a Facebook-style news feed, making the information more accessible to those without a programming background. It provides greater transparency to your software development process, with the aim of fostering trust between programmers and other stakeholders.
Trambar is designed to work with self-hosted instances of GitLab. Currently, it's not possible to pair it with an account at gitlab.com.
- Getting started
- User guide
- User guide - Administrative Console
- Source tree decoration
- System architecture
Visit the Trambar project's live site at https://live.trambar.io/. You can sign in using either your GitHub or Facebook account.
- Real-time updates as changes occurs
- Monitoring of multiple repositories
- Source-tree annotation
- Accessible to external users through Facebook and other OAuth providers
- Exporting videos from mobile phone into GitLab's issue tracker
- Responsive user-interface
- Support for languages other than English
- Mobile notification
- App for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone
- Designed with device loss in mind
- Designed to leave you in control of your own data
- Completely open-source
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details