2023-01-20: Content & Tooling Team Status Update
Happy Friday everyone! Back with another blog post, and as we here in the CAT team begin to wind down and look back on the work completed this week, we have lots to smile about!😊
PDK 2.6.0 Release🎉!!
There was some big news this week with the long awaited release of PDK 2.6.0, which was thanks to the huge effort and hours put in by Craig and Gavin. This release includes upgrades to pdk-templates, support for Fedora 36 and some bug fixes. We are thrilled to get this over the line as I’m sure you all are too.
Another big announcement - earlier this week we received word that the puppetlabs-kubernetes module had officially renewed its Kubernetes (v1.26) certification for another year.
Come meet us at CfgMgmtCamp
Just another friendly reminder to come and say hello to Craig, Gavin and David if you’re attending CfgMgmtCamp.
We’d like to thank the following people in the Puppet Community for their contributions over this past week:
puppetlabs-apache#2366: “Simplify templates by reusing bool2httpd”, thanks to ekohl
puppetlabs-apache#2365: “vhost: Make ProxyAddHeaders configureable”, thanks to bastelfreak
puppetlabs-apt#1075: “Updated mark as title can contain dot (fixes #1074)”, thanks to xepa
stdlib::sha256”, thanks to jcpunk
puppetlabs-tomcat#505: “Update commons-daemon-native version to match bundled with Tomcat (#504)”, thanks to uoe-pjackson
pdk-templates#473: “allow to configure rspec-puppet’s facter_implementation”, thanks to skoef
Logger.error”, thanks to alexjfisher
puppet-lint#75: “Fix assertion when rspec-json_expectations is missing”, thanks to ekohl
puppet-lint#74: “Remove spurious quote in gem description”, thanks to ekohl
rspec-puppet#39: “Clarify function testing parser scope section”, thanks to h4l