Every few weeks we host a Community Demo to showcase new & interesting developments from the Foreman community. We encourage participation from any member of the community (although you do need a Google account), so if you’ve been working on something cool, please do come show it off.
This post is a wiki, so if you have something to show, add yourself to this table!
We want to pilot a change to the format of the community demo. In the same event, we’d like to split the demos into two categories. We’d like to trial grouping demos that are of interest to Foreman users together, followed-by demos that are of interest to Foreman developers. Depending on which is best, I will either split the recording or add chapters etc, whichever makes most sense.
We’ve added a new column to indicate the release in which community members might expect the feature that is being demoed to appear. This column should be taken as a guide rather than gospel. Unforeseen circumstances might drag a feature out a release or two. The best way to know for sure what is in a release is to check out the release announcement!
If you have any feedback about the change to the format, feel free to comment here
Depending on where it would be a better fit, please add yourself to one of the following tables:
|Speaker||Time||Topic||Redmine Issue||Expected in Version|
|@lstejskal||3 mins||Convert2RHEL ansible role||PR#1286||3.0.0|
|Speaker||Time||Topic||Redmine issue||Expected in version|