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 to show it off.
This post is a wiki, so if you have something to show, add yourself to this table!
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 a gospel. Unforeseen circumstances might drag a feature out of 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:
Foreman user-focused demos
|Speaker||Time||Topic||Redmine Issue||Expected in Version|
|@nofaralfasi||3 mins||Foreman 3.6.0-rc1 is out|
|@iballou||5 mins||Pulpcore 3.22 upgrade||35934||Katello 4.8|
|@jeremylenz||7 mins||Registering a host to multiple content views (backend work)||35580||Katello 4.8|
|@nofaralfasi||7 mins||Enable Ansible callback plugin per-template||35585||foreman_ansible 11.0.0 Foreman 3.6|
Foreman developer-focused demos
|Speaker||Time||Topic||Redmine issue||Expected in version|