partinfra-playbooks - Participation infrastructure playbooks

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partinfra-playbooks is a collection of Ansible playbooks to manage the infrastructure that powers various sites related to mozilla community. The code in this repository is authored and maintained by Mozilla engineers and a vibrant community of volunteer contributors.For issue tracking we use bugzilla.mozilla.org. Create a bug on bugzilla.mozilla.org under Participation Infrastructure > Community Ops component.

https://github.com/mozilla/partinfra-playbooks

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