We’d like to thank the following people in the Puppet Community for their contributions over this past week:
puppetlabs-docker#754: “Fix docker::volumes hiera example”, thanks to pskopnik
puppetlabs-postgresql#1276: “(MODULES-8700) Autorequire the service in postgresql_psql”, thanks to ekohl
puppetlabs-postgresql#1267: “MODULES-11049 - Implement default privileges changes”, thanks to mtancoigne
puppetlabs-scheduled_task#188: “(MODULES-10986) Fix gMSA username support”, thanks to sigv and the following people who helped get it over the line (JohnEricson)
puppetlabs-stdlib#1191: “(MODULES-11099) Make merge parameter data types actually backwards compatible”, thanks to SimonPe
puppet-modulebuilder#44: “Add license attribute to gemspec”, thanks to bastelfreak
puppetlabs_spec_helper#338: “Remove beaker integration”, thanks to ekohl
Check all the ways to reach us if you want to directly contact us about anything module related.
New Module / Gem Releases
The following modules were released this week:
DevX Team Update
This week, we’ve been busy preparing for the release of version
2.1.1 of PDK.
We’re hoping to have this delivered early next week - full details will follow, but, there’s a number of fixes so we’re moving as fast as we can to get this landed soon.
One fix to call out is GH-1083, which was originally brought to our attention by Michael and David.
There’s a number of other folks awaiting this fix, so thanks to you both for diagnosing and testing the fix!
Also, thanks to Glenn for his help in the early stages of RCA’ing it too.
In other news, we’ve been planning and discussing some of the next big pieces of functionality we want to get in to next release of the PCT EA programme (
The sort of things you can expect is template installation and formalized template structure.
Another area is addition of telemetry data that will help us determine how the app is being used and provide us with another feedback vector on top of the great Github Discussions we’ve had so far.
If you want to get involved in the PCT Early Access programme, check this blog post out
We had a very busy community day this week with the team processing 45 tickets across our supported modules and tooling. It was also great to see our Trusted Contributor helping support the community alongside the IAC team.
Catch some of our team members live, now on Twitch!
Looking to deepen your knowledge of the PDK or how Puppet builds and deploys Windows DSC modules? Look no further! Our Director of Community, Lauren Lee, is now live streaming on Twitch with some of our team members, and you can keep up to date on the Puppetize Twitch Channel.