FAQ
I'm currently defining nagioscontacts one-by-one like so;

@@nagios_contact { username1:
ensure => present,
use => "generic-contact",
contact_name => username1,
alias => "user1",
email => "emailaddress1",
target => "/etc/nagios/conf.d/contacts/username1.cfg",
notify => Exec["fix_nagios_perms"]
}

@@nagios_contactgroup { groupname1:
ensure => present,
contactgroup_name => groupname1,
alias => group1,
members => "members1",
contactgroup_members => "",
target => "/etc/nagios/conf.d/contactgroups/groupname1.cfg",
notify => Exec["fix_nagios_perms"]
}

And generating them with;

Nagios_contactgroup <<||>>
Nagios_contact <<||>>

Is there a way to create a list such as ;
name1:username1:emailaddress1
name2:username2:emailaddress2

And "loop" the creation?

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