On 26/04/14 21:57, Amitakhya Phukan wrote:
You can run puppet and ansible on a local machine without problems! there is no need for a server!Please guide and sincere apologies to any and all who think this mail fall in "junk". It is never my intention to disturb you.Is it possible for Fedora to let a few servers dedicated for training ? Moreover, is there some one like me who would like to join me learn so that the contributions to FA/FI-Apprentice group could be more satisfactory ?I had a very brief discussion with Kevin some time ago and I had this idea that perhaps we could have a few servers where in we can "learn" a few of the technologies that are bring used by Fedora and then feel more comfortable to contribute.Hi group,Over a period of time, I have been thinking of how to get more involved in FI-Apprentice and with FI. It seems that my skills fall short even on the easy tickets. :) Maybe I am the only person who doesn't know these technologies. I have no idea of Puppet/Ansible or anything that is so much discussed around.
At that time, I brought out the topic of maybe we can rent a few servers from Digital Ocean/GoDaddy etc. Turns out they are quite heavy on my budget. :)
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Just install it, run it, set it up, start configuring and developing for your CMS.
Further, I see security issues in allowing anyone to do whatever on FI machines. There are development units for actual testing, but still. The less access the merrier.
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