Next Foreman Community Demo - Thu 09 Jun

Hi all

It's once again time for the Foreman Community Demo, on Thu 09 Jun so join us
for a review of new & interesting developments from around our community. As
ever, more information is available on the event page [1] and the show agenda
is available on the Foreman wiki [2].

If you have anything new, cool tips, etc, that you'd like to share with the
community, please do let me know and I can arrange for you to be on the demo,
or (if you can't make it) I can demo for you.

As ever, we encourage live participation via the Hangouts Q&A app, or in IRC
(#theforeman on Freenode). For those that can't attend, the video will be
posted to YouTube afterwards.

If you'd like to know when other Foreman events are happening, do check out our
Events page on the Foreman website [3].

[2] Current Sprint Information - Foreman
[3] Foreman :: Foreman Events


··· -- Greg IRC: gwmngilfen

This has been recording and is available for viewing. On this episode of
the Foreman Community Demo, we had a look at upcoming tools for flexible
data exports, a new admin plugin for Hammer, some email styling help, new
collections for Settings, and a new lock-in feature for Discovery. Oh, and
1.12.0 RC1 :slight_smile:

Sections in this demo:

URLs mentioned:

You can find the presenter IRC nicknames in the links above. You can ask
questions in this thread, on IRC or in the YouTube

As with last time, I'll continue to post a summary of the current community
metrics for your interest - work is continuing on a proper dashboard, but
for now at least you get a snapshot of the activity.

1.10.X | 2501
1.11.X | 7734
1.12 RC1 | 124

Opened | 77
Closed | 375

Opened | 125
Closed | 191

Mailing list
Unanswered posts, last 6 months | 22.9%
User-to-user support, last 6 months | 43.9%

Thanks as ever to the presenters and contributors. Do let me know if you
have anything you'd like to present on the next demo!


Whoops, cut'n'paste from last demo. This should read:

Opened | 88
Closed | 322


··· On 10 June 2016 at 12:51, Greg Sutcliffe wrote:

Opened | 77
Closed | 375