ansible-maas - Ansible Dynamic Inventory Script for Ubuntu MAAS 2.0 API

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An Ansible Dynamic Inventory Script for the Ubuntu MAAS 2.0 API. Primarily it will be called by Ansible itself with the --list or --host arguments, but additional arguments were implemented for administrators to take advantage of if desired.

https://github.com/mvdkleijn/ansible-maas

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