This topic describes how to version Ansible content
Galaxy imports content from repositories on GitHub, and as part of the import process, it scans the repository’s git tags, looking for any that match the Semantic Version format. Tags that match the format are considered to be versions and imported, and those that don’t are skipped.
Once content has been pushed to a GitHub repository, it can be versioned by creating a tag using the
git tag command. For more on how to create tags, view Git Basics - Tagging.
Enforcing the Semantic Version format for git tags will enable future releases of Galaxy to lock content versions, guaranteeing the consistency of downloaded content, and paving the way for the Mazer client to update installed content.