GitLab is used only for code review, issue tracking and project management. Canonical locations for source code are still https://gitweb.torproject.org/ https://git.torproject.org/ and git-rw.torproject.org.
Discover projects, groups and snippets. Share your projects with others
Data collection and archive service for the Tor network - https://metrics.torproject.org/collector.html
Code for the www.torproject.org main website
GitLab meta-project. This is where you file issues you find on this GitLab instance. Documentation for this GitLab instance is in the TPA wiki.
Buidling blocks for tor project websites. These are shared resources that we use to build our websites. Because these are like our building blocks, we call this repository lego. It's shared assets and packages.
All metrics issues that are not specific to a metric's project. This space also has info on meetings and metrics infrastructure at Tor.
Code for the Tor Browser User manual in https://tb-manual.torproject.org/
Repository of Community portal. You can find it running in https://community.torproject.org
Unofficial clone of https://gitweb.torproject.org/sbws.git/.
Report issues and open merge requests at: https://gitlab.torproject.org/tpo/network-health/sbws/
Tor Specifications and Proposals
Tor Browser aims to make all users look the same, making it difficult for you to be fingerprinted based on your browser and device information.
An implementation of Tor, in Rust.
(So far, it's a not-very-secure not-very-complete client. But watch this space!)
Code for https://support.torproject.org