Cookbook releases this week!


#1

Ohai!

In addition to the updated bootstrap-latest.tar.gz, we have some cookbook releases to share this week. Before I get that, I want to let everyone know we’re working on preparing the opscode/cookbooks repository to be split up into separate Git repositories per cookbook. This is a topic that was discussed at the Opscode Community Summit last fall, and one that many people have requested over the last couple years. In a very large commit earlier, I added files to all cookbooks:

The “Changes” section of each cookbook was removed from the README.md and added to the CHANGELOG.md file. We’ll have a more formal announcement when the repositories are ready posted to the Opscode blog, so stay tuned.

chef-server v0.99.12

  • [COOK-757] - compact all the views
  • [COOK-969] - server_name and server_aliases as configurable attributes on chef_server::nginx-proxy and chef_server::apache-proxy

couchdb v1.0.0

  • create group for couchdb

database v1.1.2

  • [COOK-975] - Change arg=‘DEFAULT’ to arg=nil, :default => ‘DEFAULT’
  • [COOK-964] - Add parentheses around connection hash in example

erlang v1.0.0

  • [COOK-905] - Fix installation on RHEL/CentOS 6+

nagios v1.2.2

  • [COOK-991] - NRPE LWRP No Longer Requires a Template
  • [COOK-955] - Nagios Service Checks Defined by Data Bags


Opscode, Inc.
Joshua Timberman, Technical Program Manager
IRC, Skype, Twitter, Github: jtimberman


#2

Is there any way to get the SYMPA mailing list server to add URLs to these
messages? I like to put links in the Food Fight Show notes to relevant
items but it is pain to search through the archives just to get a URL.

On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 7:09 AM, Joshua Timberman joshua@opscode.comwrote:

Ohai!

In addition to the updated bootstrap-latest.tar.gz, we have some cookbook
releases to share this week. Before I get that, I want to let everyone know
we’re working on preparing the opscode/cookbooks repository to be split up
into separate Git repositories per cookbook. This is a topic that was
discussed at the Opscode Community Summit last fall, and one that many
people have requested over the last couple years. In a very large commit
earlier, I added files to all cookbooks:

The “Changes” section of each cookbook was removed from the README.md and
added to the CHANGELOG.md file. We’ll have a more formal announcement when
the repositories are ready posted to the Opscode blog, so stay tuned.

chef-server v0.99.12

  • [COOK-757] - compact all the views
  • [COOK-969] - server_name and server_aliases as configurable
    attributes on chef_server::nginx-proxy and chef_server::apache-proxy

couchdb v1.0.0

  • create group for couchdb

database v1.1.2

  • [COOK-975] - Change arg=‘DEFAULT’ to arg=nil, :default => ‘DEFAULT’
  • [COOK-964] - Add parentheses around connection hash in example

erlang v1.0.0

  • [COOK-905] - Fix installation on RHEL/CentOS 6+

nagios v1.2.2

  • [COOK-991] - NRPE LWRP No Longer Requires a Template
  • [COOK-955] - Nagios Service Checks Defined by Data Bags


Opscode, Inc.
Joshua Timberman, Technical Program Manager
IRC, Skype, Twitter, Github: jtimberman


#3

On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 10:16 PM, Bryan Berry bryan.berry@gmail.com wrote:

Is there any way to get the SYMPA mailing list server to add URLs to these
messages? I like to put links in the Food Fight Show notes to relevant items
but it is pain to search through the archives just to get a URL.

I don’t think there is. I opted not to make them links in the interest
of not sending HTML email to the list.

If there’s enough interest I can do so for future announcements.