Common integration and infrastructure code for the different ARA projects
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ara-infra is a collection of playbooks, roles, tests, scripts, tools and documentation helpful in the context of managing the CI/CD of ARA itself.

It is meant to do things like: - Deploy the infrastructure server, - Deploy the website - Deploy teamchat for bridging ARA's Slack and IRC communities - Carry common integration tests between the different ARA projects

If you're looking to use ARA Records Ansible for reporting on your playbooks, the ARA documentation is available on


See contributors on GitHub.


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