Joe Brockmeier, Open Source &,
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Michael Widenius, Founder and, MariaDB Foundation
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…be very helpful when creating geo-enabled applications. In this post I will show how we can obtain Percona . conference on this topic, convert it to and use it in our GEO-enabled applications. I will also present at the upcoming
Data sources ()
For the U.S. we may look at 2 major data sources:
1.codes with latitude, longitude and zip code boundaries (polygon). This can be downloaded from the U.S. Census website: US Zipcodes…
Why is this significant? It means thatis now the only widely-used SQL implementation that does not support recursive queries. Fifteen years after it was defined in the SQL standard, almost every other SQL database of note has supported this feature:
Finally, as usual Chef DK is Open Source. Feel free to open a issue or send a PR. Yes not a typo, I meant to say Github issue. We're working on our contribution and issue tracking processes to make it easier to contribute and send us feedback. Stay tuned for more updates on this but feel free to use Github issues on chef-dk project.
Thanks for hanging on and getting to the end of this long post. A lot of good work went into Chef. Even though …
released updates to the Chef Server (both and Open Source) to address this bug, and we provided instructions on how to properly upgrade an affected server to address the compromised components of your Chef infrastructure. At that time, we incorrectly instructed you that the client keys used to authenticate with the Chef Server were safe:! As most of you are already aware, the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug has exposed a giant hole in the security of the over the past few days. Yesterday we
*To accommodate passing parameters along from an URLcrypt, an . Alternatively, you could also use a table the holds tokens, but I find encrypting the account/user id information a more scalable solution. , MIT-licensed Ruby library for ‘elegant' encrypted URLsemail to our app, I've released
…support, earlier access to upcoming changes, and additional rich features on top of the functionality in. Further, Private Chef's basis on open-source Chef also aligns with our own open philosophy allowing us to contribute back to the greater Chef community."
Pretty cool right?
Even cooler is the fact that Chef 11 , continuing its commitment to open sourcing its best practices and tools …played a role in field-testing the code base for
The code must be Open Source and up on Github.
Some of these rules were arbitrary. The code doesn't technically need to be written before midnight of the day of but I wanted to avoid staying up too late writing sloppy code. Neither does the code have to be Open Source or up on Github. This just forced me to be more mindful of the code that I was writing (thinking about reusability and deciding to create modules earlier in the process).
Thus far I've been very successful, I'm …
Open Source: Tesora, hastexo,
Open Source Appreciation Day
Special thanks go to our partners who helped put together the OpenStack Today and CentOS Open . Attendees for these free events were treated to great talks from noteworthy speakers from the Appreciation Day , CentOS, and worlds on a wide variety of topics. Watch for links to the presentations …events on Monday during the inaugural
Chef 11 Client
This release contains new features and some important refactoring of existing parts of the client.
Chef:: Node::Attribute has been completely overhauled. These …