Published 2023-06-03 19:50 UTC (no further changes accepted) https://mailchi.mp/redhat/the-bullhorn-104 This week in Ansible Community Issue #104, 2023-06-03 (Past Issues) Welcome to The Bullhorn, our newsletter for the Ansible Community. If you have any questions or content you’d like to share, you're welcome to chat with us in the Ansible Social room on Matrix, and mention newsbot to have your news item tagged for review for the next weekly issue! KEY DATES ⏱️ cybette said 2023-06-06: DaWGs meeting, 15:00 UTC6/3/2023
Ansible community writers facilitate the human-to-human transfer of knowledge through contributions to the documentation. These contributions are vital and play an important role in sustaining the entire Ansible ecosystem. Ansible community documentation is open to anyone who wants to join. This toolkit provides resources for contributing to the docs and explains the following: Different ways you can contribute to Ansible documentation. The layout of Ansible community documentation. Style guides and git workflows. Finding doc issues https://github.com/orgs/ansible-community/projects/3/views/66/1/2023
This is a WIP and has not been presented to the Ansible community. If we look at docs.ansible.com today we can see there are three main categories, or domains, for the overall content set: docs.ansible.com/ansible/ docs.ansible.com/ecosystem.html docs.ansible.com/platform.html This document proposes a set of high-level actions for the Ansible community documentation that seeks to improve organization of the content set along those three main categories.6/1/2023
Hello everyone, We're happy to announce the release of the Ansible 8.0.0rc1 package! Ansible 8.0.0rc1 includes ansible-core 2.15.0 as well as a curated set of Ansible collections that provide a vast number of modules and plugins. How to get it This pre-release is available on PyPI and can be installed with pip:5/23/2023
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