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Ansible Community Insights: Exploring The Bullhorn Newsletter, Issue #128

Exploring the Latest in Ansible Automation and Community Developments

Dive into the latest Ansible Community Newsletter, Issue 128, packed with updates on releases, events like FOSDEM, new collections, and community achievements.
January 26, 2024
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Welcome to our deep dive into the latest edition of The Bullhorn, Ansible’s own community newsletter. Issue 128, dated January 26, 2024, is a comprehensive resource for Ansible enthusiasts, packed with updates, announcements, and community insights. Let’s explore the key highlights and what they mean for the Ansible community.

Key Dates and Announcements

First and foremost, Issue 128 brings to our attention some critical dates for the Ansible community:

Marking these dates is crucial for anyone involved in Ansible’s development and usage.

General News: Ansible at FOSDEM and CfgMgmtCamp

The newsletter highlights Ansible’s participation in the prestigious FOSDEM and CfgMgmtCamp in Europe. With a stand in the K building at FOSDEM, the Ansible team invites attendees for interactions and discussions. Additionally, the Ansible track at CfgMgmtCamp promises insightful talks from users and developers. These events offer excellent opportunities for networking and learning.

Project and Collection Updates

Issue 128 is rich with updates on various projects and collections:

Proposals and Community Votes

The newsletter emphasizes the importance of community participation in ongoing votes and proposals. Topics range from the lifecycle extension of Ansible 9 to updates in inclusion requirements. These discussions shape the future of Ansible, and community input is invaluable.

Community Highlights

The heart of Ansible’s success is its community. Issue 128 celebrates:

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Issue 128 of The Bullhorn is more than just a newsletter; it’s a snapshot of the thriving Ansible community. From upcoming releases to community acknowledgments, it encapsulates the essence of collaboration and innovation that drives Ansible forward. For those looking to stay updated and involved with Ansible, The Bullhorn is an indispensable resource.

Remember, your participation and contributions are what make the Ansible community vibrant and successful. To delve deeper into each of these updates and participate in the ongoing discussions, don’t forget to check out the newsletter and join the Ansible community forums.

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