We’d like to thank the following people in the Puppet Community for their contributions over this past week:
puppetlabs-apache#2158: “Update the default version of Apache for Amazon Linux 2”, thanks to turnopil and the following people who helped get it over the line (NapoSky, ekohl)
puppetlabs-apache#2154: “Only warn about servername logging if relevant”, thanks to ekohl
puppetlabs-docker#755: “Add syslog_facility parameter to docker::run”, thanks to waipeng
puppetlabs-haproxy#486: “Fix haproxy_version fact for versions >= 2.4.0”, thanks to bp85
puppetlabs-mysql#1403: “Fix broken link and style in documentation”, thanks to ghoneycutt
puppetlabs-mysql#1400: “Use Puppet-Datatype Sensitive”, thanks to cocker-cc
facterdb#172: “cleanup documentation + migrate CI+release process from travis to github actions”, thanks to bastelfreak
facterdb#170: “Add Facter 4 facts for Debian 10/CentOS 7”, thanks to genebean and the following people who helped get it over the line (bastelfreak)
facterdb#169: “Add Sparc Solaris 11 Facter 4 facts”, thanks to genebean
puppet-resource_api#289: “Only ship needed files”, thanks to ekohl and the following people who helped get it over the line (puppetlabs-jenkins)
Check all the ways to reach us if you want to directly contact us about anything module related.
The following modules were released this week:
The team has been very focused this week on supporting some of Puppet’s internal teams with IAC tooling, big shout out to Danny for jumping in to help the support team, and Sheena stepping in to onboard the PIE team with Litmus capabilities. Inclusive of this work the team managed to process 36 issues/tickets/PRs across both tooling and supported modules, go team!
It’s been a busy week on the DevX team! We’re delighted to announce the release of PDK version
2.1.1. This release resolves an issue in which child processes were unable to spawn on some Windows systems. Check out the release notes for a full list of enhancements and fixes that have gone in to
2.1.1. We also have a new release of the PCT tool. Version
0.2.0 can be installed over the top of
0.1.0 using these installation instructions. Check out the the
0.2.0 release page for full details of what’s included.
The team wanted to give a big shoutout to cocker-cc and their work on implementing the Puppet
Sensitive Datatype across some of our supported modules like puppetlabs-haproxy, puppetlabs-mysql and puppetlabs-postgresql.