I know that folks from the OpenStack project have been talking about Gitlab
support for Galaxy -- maybe some of those folks could speak up here.
It will be an invasive change, of course. If/when such a change lands, it
may not be enabled in the downstream Galaxy because the primary purpose of
downstream Galaxy is to be an index of publicly available content, and by
far the largest collection of that content is on Github. But for private
Galaxy installs, it could certainly make sense.
On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 10:14 PM, Sriram Venkatesh <venksri...@gmail.com>
> Hi Guys,
> I have been learning and starting to love Ansible for quite awhile, and I
> am wanting to contribute back to the opensource project as an appreciation
> of loving, and open community in Ansible.
> One particular help, I want to look into is support different Git Backend
> Systems (Bitbucket, Gitlab) in Ansible Galaxy project. This would benefit
> us, in our future projects I have with my current company.
> Obviously, just from the quick scan of the code this seems like a pretty
> major change, as there are a lot of references to the Github API. I'm
> afraid my skills aren't really at a stage where I can architect a whole
> solution around it, but I would love to help out esp if someone was willing
> to guide me, or work together on getting something like this working.
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