Well, I got a response from GitLab support:
Thank you for reaching out.
Your account has been blocked as a result of a Code of Conduct Violation report we received implicating the following project(s) on your account:
Below are the required steps to take in order to reinstate the account:
Agree to completely remove the reported content from your Gitlab.com account within 24 hours.
Once we receive confirmation to complete the actions required, we will remove the block placed on your account to allow you to remove the reported content. It is important to note that within this 24 hour period that the content should be completely removed from your gitlab.com account.
The content has been made private as a result of this report.
Your request will be reviewed again by a member of our Trust and Safety team within 24 hours (excluding weekends).
If you have any additional questions, please reply directly to this ticket.
Trust and Safety
Now, I just have to figure out which files I need to delete. I definitely want to be in compliance with the “Code of Conduct,” even though I still don’t know where that code is located for me to read. Here is my reply:
Thank you for getting back to me. I want to say thank you for giving me the opportunity to correct any “Code of Conduct” issues with my account. Certainly, I want to be in compliance. I agree to remove all identified content that violates the “Code of Conduct.”
First, it should be pointed out that I didn’t publish any of the content referenced in that repo. I simply “forked” it from another repo. How could my account be locked for actions of another? I assumed that GitLab’s hosting of that information, and allowing me to fork it, wasn’t entrapment, correct? I can’t be responsible for all content of other users, can I?
Second, it’s my understanding that all content is either public domain and/or unconfirmed. Are you confirming that this content is authentic, accurate and confidential? What if the reporter is falsely accusing me of violating your “Code of Conduct?” Do I have any recourse to appeal and challenge those claims? Can anyone report anyone and have content removed, or accounts blocked, without challenge?
Lastly, in order to fulfill your request, I need to know a few things.
Engaging in illegal or fraudulent activities.
Infringing upon others’ intellectual property rights.
Distributing harmful or offensive content that is defamatory, obscene, abusive, an invasion of privacy or harassing.
The distribution of malicious/commercial Spam.
Violating the security or integrity of any computer, network or communications system.
Taxing Gitlab resources with activities such as cryptocurrency mining.
Conducting external scans of any kind against GitLab.com infrastructure without written permission from GitLab.
In addition, I need to know which content in the referenced repo is purported to be in violation, so that I can delete it. Here is all of the content of that repo:
The mystery continues. Thank you everyone for helping me get this resolved!