The IAC team has been working on a lot of things over the past week. We want to share with our community some of the most interesting things. Here’s a brief overview of what we’ve been up to:
Module Releases from IAC Team
puppet_litmus 0.18.4 was released
We have released v0.18.4 of the [puppet_litmus gem][https://github.com/puppetlabs/puppet_litmus]. There were quite a number of fixes but a few highlights worth mentioning:
Community Shout outs for IAC
We appreciate our community contributors as they are always ready to help and they have excellent ideas. Here are some highlights of this week:
Customer tickets closed this week
Contributors Acknowledgements (it’s always nice to hear back from the community)
FYI my contribution has been released. It’s fantastic! Faster than I ever thought! - Filip Hrebek
I’m happy that my (little) contribution to @puppetize #tomcat module was merged - Francis
Thank you, folks! Thank you for your contributions and your positive feedback!
Final exam for Daiana
Tuesday, Daiana had her last exam from college, now she is officially an engineer and she started the work on the docker and kubernetes modules.
We regret to announce that Michael Lombardi is leaving the software engineering position from the IAC Team, but we are pleased to announce that he is immediately rejoining the team as a senior software engineer! Well done, Michael, the promotion was long overdue and truly deserved. Thank you Michael for the hard work! Congratulations!
Apache module work in progress
This week sees a lot of excellent community contributions in
v5.5.0 of the puppetlabs-apache module.
We have also been working on improving our test strategy around Apache MODs to ensure we can turn around updates to the module in a faster manner.
Check out sanfrancrisko’s blog post which outlines what we’ve done and how we’re handling test coverage for Apache MODs, going forward.
That’s it for this weeks update, a big THANK YOU for all your contributions and support.