Ansible has several mailing lists. Your first post to the mailing list will be moderated (to reduce spam), so please allow up to a day or so for your first post to appear.
To subscribe to a group from a non-Google account, you can send an email to the subscription address requesting the subscription. For example:
Ansible has several IRC channels on Freenode.
Our IRC channels may require you to register your nickname. If you receive an error when you connect, see Freenode’s Nickname Registration guide for instructions.
#ansible- For general use questions and support.
#ansible-devel- For discussions on developer topics and code related to features or bugs.
#ansible-meeting- For public community meetings. We will generally announce these on one or more of the above mailing lists. See the meeting schedule and agenda page
Many of our community Working Groups meet on Freenode IRC channels. If you want to get involved in a working group, join the channel where it meets or comment on the agenda.
#ansible-lockdown- Security playbooks/roles
#ansible-awx- Upstream for Ansible Tower
#ansible-community- Including Meetups
#ansible-lightbulb- Ansible training
#ansible-molecule- testing platform for Ansible playbooks and roles
Want to form a new Working Group?
#ansible-es- Channel for Spanish speaking Ansible community.
#ansibleu- Channel for the European Ansible Community.
#ansible-fr- Channel for French speaking Ansible community.
#ansiblezh- Channel for Zurich/Swiss Ansible community.
Red Hat Ansible Tower is a UI, Server, and REST endpoint for Ansible. The Red Hat Ansible Automation subscription contains support for Ansible, Ansible Tower, Ansible Automation for Networking, and more.
If you have a question about Ansible Tower, visit Red Hat support rather than using the IRC channel or the general project mailing list.