In Issue #6 of the Bullhorn I showed off a bubbleplot of contributors within the Ansible Community Collections. That raised quite a few questions, so I’ll answer them here!
In which we look at how we’re monitoring the “default” Ansible collection - and talk about why reviewing your code is not always enough…
Time for another post in my showcase of the tooling I’m building for the Ansible community. This time: events! Specifically, Meetup.com events. Read on…
Communities produce huge amounts of work, when motivated to do so, and Ansible
is no exception - and as Ansible’s community is huge, so is the volume of
content! Let’s take a look at the Ansible modules contained in
and try to see how we can view the community output.
So! My first attempt at a full #TidyTuesday blog post! For those new to the idea, the R for Data Science learning community publish a new dataset every Tuesday, with the aim of helping people to practise their exploratory analysis skills. I’ve decided to join in :)