What ho! Welcome to another jolly edition of Last Week in ManageIQ. Julian here, hailing from the Providers team. Let’s put the kettle on and take a look over what’s happened this last week in ManageIQ.
We’ve had a spiffing week with 167 pull requests merged from our marvellous contributors. ManageIQ always welcomes new contributors, we have a great list of issues so take a gander to see where you can help us.
Bronagh Sorota has improved the naming of the Azure regions. When creating an Azure provider with no instances; instead of naming the region
Azure-eastus, we incorrectly called it
Chris Arcand and Joe Rafaniello have been at the refactoring again, this time overhauling the ManageIQ Roles API to:
remove unused and needlessly complex code.
As with all good refactorings, this included 48 new additions, but managed to remove 124 lines of code!
Fellow Brit Tim Wade has been refactoring away at the API, this time extracting classes to remove the
Settings concern from every API call. Good job Tim.
Everyone likes error messages, but no one likes badly formatted ones. Daniel Berger with this PR, formats the
XML output of
SCVMM into a nicer string.
If you use
ldap you might be happy to know Gregg Tanzillo has updated us to version
0.14.0. Fixing some encoding errors with the update :)
Nick Carboni has added the ability in the PostgresHAAdmin to use methods such as
Time#current in production, by requiring
active_support/all and making it safer for everyone needing those methods
A small change, but a useful one. Removing an unused and broken OAuth button. A good spot from Martin Hradil
Keenan Brock is fixing relationships this week by removing unused relationship methods. A good example of a
TODO: comment that never got
Not technically last week, but ManageIQ developer Chris Arcand, made it into Ruby Weekly with
The Search For <Class:0x00000027b59290>, a thrilling tale of hunting for a mysterious bug in our codebase.
As always we have too many PRs to cover here in detail. You are always welcome to have a peek at them here. And with that pip pip & toodle-oo, and don’t forget to look out for the next exciting issue of Last Week in ManageIQ!