- (D): This marks a module as deprecated, which means a module is kept for backwards compatibility but usage is discouraged. The module documentation details page may explain more about this rationale.
- (E): This marks a module as ‘extras’, which means it ships with ansible but may be a newer module and possibly (but not necessarily) less actively maintained than ‘core’ modules.
- Tickets filed on modules are filed to different repos than those on the main open source project. Core module tickets should be filed at ansible/ansible-modules-core on GitHub, extras tickets to ansible/ansible-modules-extras on GitHub