PowerShell Open Source Community Dashboard

Since going cross-platform and open source on GitHub, I’ve wanted to know how we are doing as a community and who the top contributors we should recognize are. The available GitHub graphs are not sufficient as they focus on commits, and there are many other ways for the community to contribute to PowerShell. Certainly receiving… Read more

DSC Resource Kit Release January 2017

We just released the DSC Resource Kit! This release includes updates to 8 DSC resource modules, including 11 new DSC resources. In these past 6 weeks, 71 pull requests have been merged and 37 issues have been closed, all thanks to our amazing community! The modules updated in this release are: AuditPolicyDsc xDismFeature xExchange xHyper-V xNetworking… Read more

Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.1 Released

Update March 28, 2017: WMF 5.1 in Microsoft Update Catalog Update January 27, 2017: .Net version info updated. We are pleased to announce that we are releasing the Windows Management Framework (WMF) 5.1 via the Microsoft download center.  Update 3/28/2017: WMF 5.1 is also available for most supported Windows versions in the Microsoft Update Catalog,… Read more

PowerShell Core Community Call #2 – Jan 26, 2016

tl;dr: Our next PowerShell Community Call is January 26th, 2017 @ 9am PST. Hit the bottom of this page for an .ics and a link to the Skype meeting. Hi everyone! I’m proud to announce the 2nd PowerShell Core Community Call. As with the first call, this is a chance for the PowerShell Committee to… Read more

Code Coverage now available for PowerShell Core!

This is the first of a series of posts on PowerShell Core and the tools we use to test it. If you’ve looked at the main project for PowerShell (https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell, you may have noticed a new badge down in the Build status of nightly builds: We are supplying code coverage numbers for our test pass… Read more