Announcing the Chef Brigade


#1

Anyone who’s been in the chef community for a while has felt the pain of abandoned cookbooks. And in fact, I’ve found myself unable to maintain the ones I care about.

So I’ve created a github organization to own my repos. I’ve already invited a number of people, and would love to invite /you/.
https://github.com/chef-brigade https://github.com/chef-brigade

For now, this community is low ceremony. If there’s anything you’d like the chef brigade to do, please let me know!

At the moment, communications should occur on this list (chef@) or irc (#chef) or the issue pages for the respective repos. Feel free to contact me directly.

~j


#2

Does anyone on Chef brigade have the ability to help me with iscsi and
multipath cookbooks? Being able to maintain those well requires
access to specialized storage hardware to test configuration against.
Since storage hardware is something I no longer use day-to-day at
Cycle, I’ve found it extremely difficult to maintain these two just on
my own.

I am able/willing to co-maintain that as part of a joint effort with
others. Just lack some of the time, and equipment, necessary to do
that well.

Eric G. Wolfe
email: eric.wolfe@cyclecomputing.com
cell: 304.942.3970
twitter: @atomic_penguin

Cycle Computing
Better Answers. Faster.


twitter: @cyclecomputing

On 05/08/2015 09:07 PM, Joseph Holsten wrote:

Anyone who’s been in the chef community for a while has felt the
pain of abandoned cookbooks. And in fact, I’ve found myself unable
to maintain the ones I care about.

So I’ve created a github organization to own my repos. I’ve already
invited a number of people, and would love to invite /you/.
https://github.com/chef-brigade https://github.com/chef-brigade

For now, this community is low ceremony. If there’s anything you’d
like the chef brigade to do, please let me know!

At the moment, communications should occur on this list (chef@) or
irc (#chef) or the issue pages for the respective repos. Feel free
to contact me directly. – ~j


#3

I definitely don’t have the equipment to do real testing. But I can definitely make sure trivial patches get merged, and help coördinate people who can test meaningful stuff.

I’ve added you to the org, feel free to transfer.

~j

On May 8, 2015, at 6:30 PM, Eric G. Wolfe eric.wolfe@gmail.com wrote:

Does anyone on Chef brigade have the ability to help me with iscsi and
multipath cookbooks? Being able to maintain those well requires
access to specialized storage hardware to test configuration against.
Since storage hardware is something I no longer use day-to-day at
Cycle, I’ve found it extremely difficult to maintain these two just on
my own.

I am able/willing to co-maintain that as part of a joint effort with
others. Just lack some of the time, and equipment, necessary to do
that well.

Eric G. Wolfe
email: eric.wolfe@cyclecomputing.com
cell: 304.942.3970
twitter: @atomic_penguin

Cycle Computing
Better Answers. Faster.

http://www.cyclecomputing.com
twitter: @cyclecomputing

On 05/08/2015 09:07 PM, Joseph Holsten wrote:

Anyone who’s been in the chef community for a while has felt the
pain of abandoned cookbooks. And in fact, I’ve found myself unable
to maintain the ones I care about.

So I’ve created a github organization to own my repos. I’ve already
invited a number of people, and would love to invite /you/.
https://github.com/chef-brigade https://github.com/chef-brigade

For now, this community is low ceremony. If there’s anything you’d
like the chef brigade to do, please let me know!

At the moment, communications should occur on this list (chef@) or
irc (#chef) or the issue pages for the respective repos. Feel free
to contact me directly. – ~j


#4

Ohai everyone,

Nice initiative! Same problem happen to us a long time ago and we created
similar organization: https://github.com/redguide
We are currently working on formalize rules and guideline for maintainers.
Maybe we can work together?

Le sam. 9 mai 2015 à 03:44, Joseph Holsten joseph@josephholsten.com a
écrit :

I definitely don’t have the equipment to do real testing. But I can
definitely make sure trivial patches get merged, and help coördinate people
who can test meaningful stuff.

I’ve added you to the org, feel free to transfer.

~j

On May 8, 2015, at 6:30 PM, Eric G. Wolfe eric.wolfe@gmail.com wrote:

Does anyone on Chef brigade have the ability to help me with iscsi and
multipath cookbooks? Being able to maintain those well requires
access to specialized storage hardware to test configuration against.
Since storage hardware is something I no longer use day-to-day at
Cycle, I’ve found it extremely difficult to maintain these two just on
my own.

I am able/willing to co-maintain that as part of a joint effort with
others. Just lack some of the time, and equipment, necessary to do
that well.

Eric G. Wolfe
email: eric.wolfe@cyclecomputing.com
cell: 304.942.3970
twitter: @atomic_penguin

Cycle Computing
Better Answers. Faster.

http://www.cyclecomputing.com
twitter: @cyclecomputing

On 05/08/2015 09:07 PM, Joseph Holsten wrote:

Anyone who’s been in the chef community for a while has felt the
pain of abandoned cookbooks. And in fact, I’ve found myself unable
to maintain the ones I care about.

So I’ve created a github organization to own my repos. I’ve already
invited a number of people, and would love to invite /you/.
https://github.com/chef-brigade https://github.com/chef-brigade

For now, this community is low ceremony. If there’s anything you’d
like the chef brigade to do, please let me know!

At the moment, communications should occur on this list (chef@) or
irc (#chef) or the issue pages for the respective repos. Feel free
to contact me directly. – ~j


#5

Absolutely! I’ve added your members to chef-brigade.

~j

On May 10, 2015, at 2:16 PM, Guilhem Lettron guilhem@lettron.fr wrote:

Ohai everyone,

Nice initiative! Same problem happen to us a long time ago and we created similar organization: https://github.com/redguide https://github.com/redguide
We are currently working on formalize rules and guideline for maintainers. Maybe we can work together?

Le sam. 9 mai 2015 à 03:44, Joseph Holsten <joseph@josephholsten.com mailto:joseph@josephholsten.com> a écrit :
I definitely don’t have the equipment to do real testing. But I can definitely make sure trivial patches get merged, and help coördinate people who can test meaningful stuff.

I’ve added you to the org, feel free to transfer.

~j

On May 8, 2015, at 6:30 PM, Eric G. Wolfe <eric.wolfe@gmail.com mailto:eric.wolfe@gmail.com> wrote:

Does anyone on Chef brigade have the ability to help me with iscsi and
multipath cookbooks? Being able to maintain those well requires
access to specialized storage hardware to test configuration against.
Since storage hardware is something I no longer use day-to-day at
Cycle, I’ve found it extremely difficult to maintain these two just on
my own.

I am able/willing to co-maintain that as part of a joint effort with
others. Just lack some of the time, and equipment, necessary to do
that well.

Eric G. Wolfe
email: eric.wolfe@cyclecomputing.com mailto:eric.wolfe@cyclecomputing.com
cell: 304.942.3970
twitter: @atomic_penguin

Cycle Computing
Better Answers. Faster.

http://www.cyclecomputing.com http://www.cyclecomputing.com/
twitter: @cyclecomputing

On 05/08/2015 09:07 PM, Joseph Holsten wrote:

Anyone who’s been in the chef community for a while has felt the
pain of abandoned cookbooks. And in fact, I’ve found myself unable
to maintain the ones I care about.

So I’ve created a github organization to own my repos. I’ve already
invited a number of people, and would love to invite /you/.
https://github.com/chef-brigade https://github.com/chef-brigade <https://github.com/chef-brigade https://github.com/chef-brigade>

For now, this community is low ceremony. If there’s anything you’d
like the chef brigade to do, please let me know!

At the moment, communications should occur on this list (chef@) or
irc (#chef) or the issue pages for the respective repos. Feel free
to contact me directly. – ~j


#6

could you please invite me also ?

On Sun, May 10, 2015 at 4:59 PM, Joseph Holsten joseph@josephholsten.com
wrote:

Absolutely! I’ve added your members to chef-brigade.

~j

On May 10, 2015, at 2:16 PM, Guilhem Lettron guilhem@lettron.fr wrote:

Ohai everyone,

Nice initiative! Same problem happen to us a long time ago and we created
similar organization: https://github.com/redguide
We are currently working on formalize rules and guideline for maintainers.
Maybe we can work together?

Le sam. 9 mai 2015 à 03:44, Joseph Holsten joseph@josephholsten.com a
écrit :

I definitely don’t have the equipment to do real testing. But I can
definitely make sure trivial patches get merged, and help coördinate people
who can test meaningful stuff.

I’ve added you to the org, feel free to transfer.

~j

On May 8, 2015, at 6:30 PM, Eric G. Wolfe eric.wolfe@gmail.com wrote:

Does anyone on Chef brigade have the ability to help me with iscsi and
multipath cookbooks? Being able to maintain those well requires
access to specialized storage hardware to test configuration against.
Since storage hardware is something I no longer use day-to-day at
Cycle, I’ve found it extremely difficult to maintain these two just on
my own.

I am able/willing to co-maintain that as part of a joint effort with
others. Just lack some of the time, and equipment, necessary to do
that well.

Eric G. Wolfe
email: eric.wolfe@cyclecomputing.com
cell: 304.942.3970
twitter: @atomic_penguin

Cycle Computing
Better Answers. Faster.

http://www.cyclecomputing.com
twitter: @cyclecomputing

On 05/08/2015 09:07 PM, Joseph Holsten wrote:

Anyone who’s been in the chef community for a while has felt the
pain of abandoned cookbooks. And in fact, I’ve found myself unable
to maintain the ones I care about.

So I’ve created a github organization to own my repos. I’ve already
invited a number of people, and would love to invite /you/.
https://github.com/chef-brigade https://github.com/chef-brigade

For now, this community is low ceremony. If there’s anything you’d
like the chef brigade to do, please let me know!

At the moment, communications should occur on this list (chef@) or
irc (#chef) or the issue pages for the respective repos. Feel free
to contact me directly. – ~j


#7

Ohai !

Yet another community policy group … for the greater gook !
I am working with G.Lettron on Chef Redguide community, and would be happy
to join Chef Brigade too.

Nice initiative :slight_smile: (we were first here nevertheless)

On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 4:15 AM, Medya medya.gh@gmail.com wrote:

could you please invite me also ?
https://github.com/medyagh

On Sun, May 10, 2015 at 4:59 PM, Joseph Holsten joseph@josephholsten.com
wrote:

Absolutely! I’ve added your members to chef-brigade.

~j

On May 10, 2015, at 2:16 PM, Guilhem Lettron guilhem@lettron.fr wrote:

Ohai everyone,

Nice initiative! Same problem happen to us a long time ago and we created
similar organization: https://github.com/redguide
We are currently working on formalize rules and guideline for
maintainers. Maybe we can work together?

Le sam. 9 mai 2015 à 03:44, Joseph Holsten joseph@josephholsten.com a
écrit :

I definitely don’t have the equipment to do real testing. But I can
definitely make sure trivial patches get merged, and help coördinate people
who can test meaningful stuff.

I’ve added you to the org, feel free to transfer.

~j

On May 8, 2015, at 6:30 PM, Eric G. Wolfe eric.wolfe@gmail.com
wrote:

Does anyone on Chef brigade have the ability to help me with iscsi and
multipath cookbooks? Being able to maintain those well requires
access to specialized storage hardware to test configuration against.
Since storage hardware is something I no longer use day-to-day at
Cycle, I’ve found it extremely difficult to maintain these two just on
my own.

I am able/willing to co-maintain that as part of a joint effort with
others. Just lack some of the time, and equipment, necessary to do
that well.

Eric G. Wolfe
email: eric.wolfe@cyclecomputing.com
cell: 304.942.3970
twitter: @atomic_penguin

Cycle Computing
Better Answers. Faster.

http://www.cyclecomputing.com
twitter: @cyclecomputing

On 05/08/2015 09:07 PM, Joseph Holsten wrote:

Anyone who’s been in the chef community for a while has felt the
pain of abandoned cookbooks. And in fact, I’ve found myself unable
to maintain the ones I care about.

So I’ve created a github organization to own my repos. I’ve already
invited a number of people, and would love to invite /you/.
https://github.com/chef-brigade https://github.com/chef-brigade

For now, this community is low ceremony. If there’s anything you’d
like the chef brigade to do, please let me know!

At the moment, communications should occur on this list (chef@) or
irc (#chef) or the issue pages for the respective repos. Feel free
to contact me directly. – ~j


Barthélemy Vessemont - bvessemont@gmail.com
Ingénieur en informatique diplômé de l’UTC (Compiègne)
Contributeur Chef (redguide@github)