Requesting changes to a collection
Ansible practices responsible disclosure - if this is a security-related bug, email firstname.lastname@example.org instead of filing a ticket or posting to any public groups, and you will receive a prompt response.
Many bugs only affect a single module or plugin. If you find a bug that affects a module or plugin hosted in a collection, file the bug in the repository of the collection:
Find the collection on Galaxy.
Click on the Issue Tracker link for that collection.
Follow the contributor guidelines or instructions in the collection repo.
If you are not sure whether a bug is in ansible-core or in a collection, you can report the behavior on the mailing list or community chat channel first.
Before you request a feature, check what is planned for future Ansible Releases. The best way to get a feature into an Ansible collection is to submit a pull request, either against ansible-core or against a collection. See also the Requirements to merge your PR.
You can also submit a feature request by opening an issue in the collection repository.