Happy Friday everyone! Hope you are all keeping well and are beginning to wrap up warm, drink some hot chocolate and stick on some festive movies as we welcome back the darker evenings.
Lukas has been continuing his stellar work on the hardening of our module codebases. This work helps to ensure that our supported modules are protected from malicious command injection by appropriately sanisitising inputted commands.
With our recent removal of puppet-module-gems from our modules, David has been working hard behind the scenes to ensure that our modules continue to work as expected for Ruby 3.0 and 3.1.
As always we would like to thank each of our community contributors for continuing to produce some really great Pull Requests. This week, we were able to release puppetlabs-apache 8.4.0, and merge 5 PRs.
We’d like to thank the following people in the Puppet Community for their contributions over this past week:
puppetlabs-apache#2342: “Declare minimum Puppet version to be 6.24.0”, thanks to ekohl and the following people who helped get it over the line (trefzer)
puppetlabs-apache#2331: “add maxrequestworkers parameter for mpm_worker module”, thanks to trefzer
puppetlabs-kubernetes#589: “Fix Build docker image tooling”, thanks to BaronMsk
facterdb#258: “Windows updates for facter 4.2”, thanks to davidsandilands
rspec-puppet#33: “Update README.md to include sensitive function”, thanks to davidsandilands
The following modules were released this week: