Requesting changes to a collection

Reporting a bug

Security bugs

Ansible practices responsible disclosure - if this is a security-related bug, email instead of filing a ticket or posting to any public groups, and you will receive a prompt response.

Bugs in collections

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:

  1. Find the collection on Galaxy.

  2. Click on the Issue Tracker link for that collection.

  3. Follow the contributor guidelines or instructions in the collection repo.

If you are not sure whether a bug is in ansible-core or a collection, you can report the behavior on the mailing list or community chat channel first.

Requesting a feature

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.