Mar 18 2019
May 10 2017
Apr 26 2016
That's also an acceptable solution, but if that's the case then Wikimedia Foundation should update the wiki page for their extensions saying that they aren't fit for third party use.
Feb 27 2016
Max, I think you need to involve WMF legal in this. WTFPL isn't a valid license (it can't be enforced in some countries). If you're against copy-left software licenses, that's fine, but at least choose a recognized and approved open source license (your contract actually requires you to do so, you know...).
Sep 2 2015
Learn from others.
Aug 18 2015
Is there a "get your shit together wikimedia" tag I can use? :)
May 22 2015
Apr 24 2015
As for Ansible itself, see my quite extensive blog post on this:
There's a team that's working on deployment right? Are you a member of that team @GWicke? Proposing an alternative outside of that team means you're actively fighting them, making their job harder and wasting everyone's time.
Mar 27 2015
Run + commit -> private/public registry also works really well for just letting people download pre-made versions of the images.