Project Description

I started the geekoops project last year for hosting some generic ansible roles for openSUSE. This year I'm gonna continue to work on the roles.

The project is still very young and has not received much love but it has not been forgotten. Everyone is welcome to help out or contribute. If you know ansible a little bit or you are keen in learning it, you're good to join!

Goal for this Hackweek

I'd like to extend the project by adding some more roles and improve the website/documentation so that it becomes a useful resource for the openSUSE community.

Resources

Keywords: DevOps, ansible, automation, geekoops, openSUSE

Looking for hackers with the skills:

ansible website

This project is part of:

Hack Week 21 Hack Week 20

Activity

  • 5 months ago: nicoladm joined this project.
  • 6 months ago: ph03nix liked this project.
  • 6 months ago: ph03nix added keyword "website" to this project.
  • 6 months ago: ph03nix added keyword "ansible" to this project.
  • 6 months ago: ph03nix started this project.
  • 6 months ago: ph03nix originated this project.

  • Comments

    • ph03nix
      6 months ago by ph03nix | Reply

      Someone pointed last year out that https://github.com/gnuninu/kwinble might be considered as well as a project here.

    • nicoladm
      5 months ago by nicoladm | Reply

      Hi, thanks for linking my project! FYI i have also created this for this year if anyone interested! https://hackweek.opensuse.org/21/projects/extend-k3s-ansible-support-with-new-functionalities-or-fork-slash-create-new-one

    • ph03nix
      5 months ago by ph03nix | Reply

      Oh boy, those were already almost three intensive days.

      I revived all of the current roles (moved them to Leap 15.4), reduced the number of external dependencies for testing to zero and updated the main page.

      Thanks to Teo for testing the Webserver example, which was horribly broken so I fixed and updated it this morning.

    • ph03nix
      5 months ago by ph03nix | Reply

      I also updated the https://geekoops.github.io/ page to use the current hugo-geekdoc theme which also has a dark mode. Fancy!

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