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Subject: [ansible-devel] Ansible Contributor Summit 2021.03
Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2021 13:32:22 +0200
From: Carol Chen <carol(a)redhat.com>
To: ansible-devel(a)googlegroups.com, ansible-outreach(a)googlegroups.com
We're happy to announce the first Ansible Contributor Summit for 2021!
It will be on *Tuesday, March 9, from 12:00-20:00 UTC
and will be held online.
For those unfamiliar with this event, the Ansible Contributor Summit is
a full day working session especially for community contributors to
interact with one another, as well as with Ansible development teams to
discuss important issues in the community and help shape the future of
Ansible. In the past we have always included a virtual component with
the physical event, and since March 2020 we have gone fully virtual.
If you plan to attend, please register on *Eventbrite
and then head over to *HackMD
<https://hackmd.io/uZDSLOOdS1Kx0xfZVIATmQ>* to contribute to the agenda.
Please bookmark the hackmd note
<https://hackmd.io/uZDSLOOdS1Kx0xfZVIATmQ> as it will contain the latest
updates, including how to join the event.
The current list of potential topics is listed on HackMD. You may add
your own topics at any time, but sooner the better so others can vote on
them! Part of the event will be shaped by the session topics proposed
and voted on by *you*.
Following the Contributor Summit, we plan to have an *Ansible Hackathon
on IRC on Wednesday, March 10*.
Thanks for all of your contributions to Ansible, and we look forward to
seeing you online next month!
Carol / Ansible Community Team
Senior Community Architect
Red Hat Management BU
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* molecule v2 has been deprecated - this means
1) the molecule/default/molecule.yml must be upgraded
2) you must upgrade your tox-lsr to the latest
For 1), I have submitted PRs against all of the role repos - most have
been merged - if you are an approver for your role, please approve the
for 2), if you use `tox -e molecule`, you will need to do
pip install --upgrade --user
* there was a bug with `tox -e collection` -
https://github.com/linux-system-roles/tox-lsr/pull/19 - this was causing
PR CI failures with the tox / python 3.6 environment - this is also
fixed by the aforementioned PR that has been merged or still needs
approval - if you use `tox -e collection` locally you will need to
upgrade tox-lsr as specified above
If you try to use e.g.
TEST_SUBJECTS=CentOS-6-x86_64-GenericCloud-1907.qcow2c, the script will
appear to hang and you will get errors in the artifacts logs like this:
sign_and_send_pubkey: no mutual signature supported
Jakub Jelen explains the problem here:
I have filed an issue: https://pagure.io/standard-test-roles/issue/400
The workaround listed in the issue is to make a copy of
around line 485 - where |ansible_ssh_common_args| is set - add |-o
PubkeyAcceptedKeyTypes=+ssh-dss| like this:
"ansible_ssh_common_args": "-o UserKnownHostsFile=/dev/null -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o PubkeyAcceptedKeyTypes=+ssh-dss"
Then run sti tests with