Any plan in the works to use GitLab rather than GitHub for Cloudflare Pages?

Long time GitLab, GitHub, and Cloudflare user here. While I occasionally use GitHub, my primary projects are warehoused in GitLab, which I prefer.

Is there a plan to offer Cloudflare Pages sourced from GitLab or some type of direct upload option? I already have my own build process, which currently uploads to either Amazon S3 or Google Cloud Storage. I would love to skip the AWS/Google storage and use Cloudflare Pages instead.


The Pages team has it on their roadmap to add support for additional git providers like Gitlab, but there’s no ETA at the moment.


I wonder if there is anything I could do to assist them? I work at GitLab and can facilitate introductions and potential collaboration. I can’t commit the product team, but I can work with my own tools and knowledge if it might help. GitLab will tend to lean into using access tokens from Cloudflare for pulls, which should just work. But GitLab also has a very large self-hosted presence, so it would likely need some variation in host URLs. The host URL issue could be subverted by a push option.


Your best bet would be to head over to their Discord server and start schmoozing with them. Or at least poke around for discussions on the subject.

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