Puppet modules are getting better and better, they are more reusable, they better fit doing just what they are supposed to do, and they offer stable and reliant interfaces to the management of different applications.
They are therefore getting nearer to that status where they can be considered shared libraries that can be used by different users to compose the configurations needed in their environments.
Here is where many people are struggling in order to achieve a sane organization of resources, good patterns to group them, and better approaches to a dynamic, reproducible, structured, and maybe reusable management of complete stacks of applications.
At this higher abstraction layer module, people are experimenting with different practices. ...