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Moving an existing GitLab project into a new subgroup is called “Transferring”

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/06/14

Turns out the “slug” for a project… the part of the URL after the GitLab server domain name is made up of the “namespace” and the project name. The name space is the group/subgroup path, so I was

Via [Wayback] git – Moving an existing GitLab project into a new subgroup – Stack Overflow

Turns out the “slug” for a project… the part of the URL after the GitLab server domain name is made up of the “namespace” and the project name. The name space is the group/subgroup path, so I was looking to transfer project to new namespace.

Transferring the project to a different namespace means re-typing the project name during the transfer. You can do this using copy & paste.

The documentation is under [Wayback] Project settings: Transferring an existing project into another namespace | GitLab.

–jeroen

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