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The Bullhorn - contribute content for developer newsletter #546

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cybette opened this issue Jul 15, 2020 · 403 comments
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The Bullhorn - contribute content for developer newsletter #546

cybette opened this issue Jul 15, 2020 · 403 comments
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cybette commented Jul 15, 2020

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The Bullhorn is a Newsletter for the Ansible Developer Community!

New method of reporting news!

We're trying out a new way to report news! If you have anything to share about what you've been up to with Ansible lately, at any time, simply hop into #social:ansible.com (the Ansible Social room on Matrix) and leave a message, tagging newsbot. Your update will then be included in the next edition of the Bullhorn (pending editor approval, of course).

If you're on IRC, you can join the #ansible-social channel on Libera.Chat and mention newsbot[m] with your update, which will achieve the same.

Don't hesitate to ping us (cybette/gwmngilfen) on Matrix/IRC if you have any questions!


You can find the list of past issues here.

Subscribe --> here. <--

Currently the Ansible Community Team is editing and putting together the newsletter for release approximately once every 2 weeks. We welcome content contributions and suggestions! And if someone is willing to help out with editing, even better 😄

Please make your suggestions in comments, and also let us know what you'd like to see more/less of, etc.

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bmillemathias commented Jul 15, 2020

this is a more global subject, and I don't know if it could be interesting for the target audience, but I'd like an article on the different teams working on Ansible (core, network, doc, ...) and how they work together

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melcorr commented Jul 17, 2020

Seems a good information that worth to be spread but could it be nice to have some explanation about what is pulp (I never heard until yesterday) and what does ansible bring to it to provide in the news ? Do you have a blog post with some asciinema / video to demonstrate so we can put a link to ? Best

Of course. That makes sense!

Pulp is a platform for managing repositories of software packages and making them available to a large number of consumers. Pulp can locally mirror all or part of a repository, host your own software packages in repositories, and manage many types of content from multiple sources in one place. If you’re an Ansible user who does not want to host your private content on Ansible Galaxy, you can add the Pulp Ansible plugin, mirror the public Ansible content that you require, and use Pulp as an on-premise platform to manage and distribute a scalable blend of public and private Ansible roles and collections across your organization. You can do this also for content types like Debian packages, RPMs, Containers, and Python content - to name but a few. With Pulp Squeezer, you can now manage your Pulp deployment with Ansible modules. For more information, see https://pulpproject.org/

Would this be OK?

Edit: I will try and also get an asciinema!

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felixfontein commented Jul 17, 2020

@melcorr out of curiosity, what's the relation to the pulp_repo module (https://docs.ansible.com/ansible/latest/modules/pulp_repo_module.html)? (Or do they just happen to share a name?)

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melcorr commented Jul 17, 2020

@melcorr out of curiosity, what's the relation to the pulp_repo module (https://docs.ansible.com/ansible/latest/modules/pulp_repo_module.html)? (Or do they just happen to share a name?)

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From what I can tell, this is a community contribution for an earlier version of Pulp - Pulp 2. The latest release - Pulp 3 - has brought many changes: https://pulpproject.org/about-pulp-3/

So it is the same Pulp, but an earlier release :)

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felixfontein commented Jul 20, 2020

@evgeni btw, ansible-community/antsibull#55 is already partially implemented - for the special case that the colletion has been installed locally (or is otherwise made available with the ANSIBLE_COLLECTIONS_PATH env variable).

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felixfontein commented Jul 20, 2020

@melcorr thanks for the explanation!

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evgeni commented Jul 20, 2020

@felixfontein oh? Can you show me an example? The only thing I could get to work was antsibull-docs current and that took ages on my laptop as it built everything in Ansible.

Edit: ah, using --current! I'll try that. Thanks!

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cybette commented Feb 10, 2022

Thanks to everyone who has contributed news to The Bullhorn here over the past 2 years. We have now officially moved the news reporting to Matrix/IRC. To do so, mention newsbot with your news item in #social:ansible.com room on Matrix or #ansible-social channel on Libera.Chat (they are bridged). See you there! 🐮 📯

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