In GitLab there are so-called "maintainers" - these are the owners and administrators of projects. Any user of the GitLab service can become a maintainer. They take responsibility for all the content of their projects. This includes all data managed with GitLab.
For each project, a README file should be created that describes the project and names the person(s) responsible for the project.
On the GitLab server, only files whose versioning makes sense may be loaded.
Users of the GitLab system are obliged to comply with media and copyright law.
The GitLab service may not be misused by users or user groups. As the operator of the service, ZECM reserves the right to take appropriate measures in the event of misuse.