More and more users requested other ways of reaching the ARA community and I’ve finally given in ! Until now, the only way of getting in touch was through IRC and I understand that, in 2017, IRC is not for everyone. Seamless communication across IRC, Slack and Discord That’s right, you can now reach us through Slack and Discord. Both are linked to IRC so messages sent to one will be relayed automatically to the others.
Not long ago, I wrote that ARA: Ansible Run Analysis had it’s first birthday. It was an important milestone and it was a great opportunity to reflect back on where the project was coming from and think about what we needed to do in the future. Just for fun, let’s look at what I had written back in May to summarize what was probably coming: Python 3 compatibility This is done and was shipped in ARA 0.
ARA is one year old, happy birthday ARA ! ARA’s come a long way since the early prototypes. The latest version, 0.13, looks pretty awesome. It even caught the eye of Michael DeHaan, the author of Ansible ! This looks pretty awesome (maybe run on a Jenkins box?) https://t.co/qvd3aYE7n9 — Michael DeHaan (@laserllama) May 6, 2017 Let’s go back in time to look at the humble beginnings of the project and some of the important milestones that marked it’s history this past year.
I’m excited to announce the release of ARA: Ansible Run Analysis 0.13.0! ARA 0.13.0 is available on PyPi or from source on GitHub. I’m also happy to announce that ARA 0.13.0 will be the first version of ARA packaged for Fedora and CentOS EPEL. Stay tuned in the near future to hear when the packages will be available. Wait, what’s ARA ? ARA is an Ansible callback plugin that records your playbook runs, wherever it is.
Not even a month ago, I announced the release of ARA 0.11 with a bunch of new features and improvements. Today, I’m back with some more great news and an awesome new release, ARA 0.12(.3) ! That’s right, 0.12.3! Due to the nature of this new release, I wanted to be sure to get feedback from the users before getting the word out. We got a lot of great input!