LinConf is a collection of Ansible roles on GitHub targeted at Debian/Ubuntu and CentOS/RHEL systems.
Each role is written with ease-of-use and ease-of-interpretation in mind. Released under the MIT license, roles also make good building blocks for more specialized roles.
Roles are written with precedence given to the following (in order):
Simplicity - Roles should be easy to read and easy to follow whenever possible.
Dependency-Free - Wherever practical, different functions are broken into different roles. If required dependency resolution and configuration isn't managed by a distributions package manager, it will likely require more than one role.
Functionality - Where possible and without sacrificing simplicity, roles are written to be as useful as possible (notably at the occasional expense of idempotance)
Idempotance - A very useful and important feature of Ansible, roles that fail to maintain idempotance will, where possible, present tags allowing idempotant execution (by disabling some actions).
Roles are tested locally using Vagrant or Docker as well as on each commit using Travis-CI. See the Testing page for more detailed information about testing methods.
All LinConf authored roles are released under the MIT License unless otherwise stated. Some roles posted in LinConf are forked from other repositories in which case their original license is retained.