Welcome to this week’s edition of LWIMIQ! It’s beginning to look a lot like the holiday season, and we sure have been as busy as ’s elves with wrapping up bugs.
Jillian here to give you a tour of everything that’s been happening in our workshop this week.
A simple update of an error message can go a long way in helping users to understand a problem. This update fixes a uniqueness check to return a message that matches what would be expected from a user in the UI.
It’s always nice to have styling improved, and this PR updates Capacity & Utilization options to be more consistent with other UIs. The improvements look great!
In the Classic UI, Generic Object instances for Ansible Playbook services are now being displayed.
In the Service UI, angular is no longer being loaded too many times thanks to the removal of an unnecessary dependency.
In the midst of our many bug fixes it’s not always easy to find something shiny and new. However, a new
EmbeddedAnsible plugin was added which handles running AWX, the upstream of Ansible Tower that is distributed through a collection of containers rather than rpms. The rest of the details can be seen here.
The workshop saw a lot of in action this week!
This week’s goes to PR 16590 with a removal of 14,300 LOC, which deletes unnecessary i18n files.
All .yaml files related to the no longer used Ontap controllers were deleted in the Classic UI.
In the API, all remaining decorator references were removed as that information can now be accessed through attributes.
That’s it for this edition of LWIMIQ! Much like ’s workshop, our work is never done so be sure to check back next week to see what else we’ve accomplished! And as always, we welcome your contributions. Feel free to stop by any of our repositories to take a look at open issues to get started!