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Project and User Lifecycle

Project and User Lifecycle

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User Lifecycle


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Loss of university affiliation

If a GitLab user loses his / her student or employee status, he / she also loses the right to continue using GitLab. The user is blocked in GitLab and can no longer log in. 
Ideally, the user knows that he / she is losing their university membership some time in advance and in this case saves the data from GitLab at an early stage. 
If he / she does not do this, in this case the user has 8 weeks to report to the IT Service Desk and have the data backed up. After 8 weeks, all user data and the account will be deleted.

Inactivity

If a GitLab user has not been actively involved in GitLab for 12 months, the user will be contacted by email and informed about the upcoming deletion of the account. 
If the user remains inactive for 8 weeks, the account including all data will be deleted.
One-time registration without use
There are a few users who wanted to take a look at GitLab, without creating a project or leaving other data on file. 
If these users do not use GitLab for 8 weeks, the account will be deleted. We assume that the user is inactive and no further use will take place, hence why the account will be deleted immediately.

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Inactivity

If a GitLab user has not been actively involved in GitLab for 12 months, the user will be contacted by email and informed about the upcoming deletion of the account. 
If the user remains inactive for 8 weeks, the account including all data will be deleted.

 

Projekt Lifecycle


Inactivity

If a project is not used for 24 months, we ask the project owner via email whether the project should still be used. 
If the user does not return within 25 weeks, we assume that the project is no longer needed and the project will then be deleted.

last changed on 18.06.2021

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