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A Newsletter for the Ansible Developer Community Issue #59, 2022-05-20 (Past Issues)

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cybette said


dmsimard said

Ansible 6.0.0a3 (including ansible-core 2.13.0) is now available for testing! It features, amongst other things, significantly improved installation performance on top of the latest updates from the included Ansible collections. This is a good opportunity to test the upcoming releases of both ansible and ansible-core and report feedback ahead of their releases.

You can find the release announcement on ansible-announce and the changelog on GitHub. Happy automating!


Ansible-Core ↗ ⚡️

The ansible-core package contains the base engine and a small subset of modules and plugins. To see what's planned for the next release, look at the ansible-core roadmaps.

cybette shared

The general release of ansible-core 2.13.0 is now available! This release is a major release. Check out the full changelog for more details.

Ansible ↗ 📦️

The Ansible package includes ansible-core and is a batteries-included package that provides a curated set of Ansible collections. See the Ansible roadmaps for future release plans.

dmsimard shared

Ansible 5.8.0 has been released with updates to 25 included Ansible collections 🎉 You can find the release announcement on ansible-announce and the changelog on GitHub. Happy automating!


felixfontein contributed

community.general 5.0.0 (changelog) has been released. The 5.0.0 release is the first one to drop support for Ansible 2.9 and ansible-base 2.10, which allows the collection to stop shipping a large number of symlinks and use meta/runtime.yml for routing instead.

andersson007_ shared

The community.mysql collection versions 1.4.6, 2.3.7 and 3.2.1 have been released! Thanks to felixfontein!

csmart said

The community.rabbitmq collection 1.2.0 version has been released!

csmart contributed

The community.rabbitmq collection 1.2.1 version has been released, the only change from 1.2.0 is to include a missing Python Software Foundation License file.

csmart contributed

The community.libvirt collection 1.1.0 version has been released!

ompragash contributed

The community.network minor releases 2.3.0 & 3.3.0 have been released!🎉 Thanks to all the awesome people who contributed to them!❤️

hunleyd shared

community.postgresql has released both 1.7.4 and 2.1.5 today with minor fixes. Many thanks to everyone involved!

felixfontein contributed

community.general 1.3.14 and 2.5.9 have been released, which are the final releases for the 1.x.y and 2.x.y release streams. Both release streams are now End of Life. Thanks to everyone who contributed to them!

felixfontein shared

community.docker 2.5.0 (changelog) has been released with two new Docker Swarm features.


hunleyd said

The community.postgresql maintainers need your feedback! A proposal for formalizing the supported PG versions has been filed here and needs your input. If adopted, the collection will issue major releases yearly and each major release will officially support the five major version of PG supported at that time. We think this will ultimately improve the collection and improve the end user's experience but we need your input. We look forward to hearing from everyone!

dmsimard said

If you happen to be using the ansible package from EPEL, we would appreciate your feedback on updating from 2.9 to the latest release of ansible 5. Please find this thread for more information. Thank you!


dmsimard said

ara provides simple Ansible reporting and @dmsimard seeks your feedback, pondering on what ara 2.0 might look like in this blog post. Please have a look! It would be much appreciated to have feedback from users. Thank you!


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