…and copyright. I have configured the values in my knife.rb: cookbook_copyright "Joshua Timberman" cookbook_license "apachev2" cookbook_email "email@example.com"
The resulting directory structure will be created: % tree cookbooks/smartmontools cookbooks/smartmontools ├── README.md ├── attributes ├── definitions ├── files │ └── default ├── libraries ├── metadata.rb ├── providers ├── recipes │ …
I am pleased to announce that Opscode's Chef Fundamentals open training materials have been updated to a new version. If you signed up for Open Training in the last month or so, you should have received a link to the updated materials.
Highlights of the new release:
Slide theme is consistent with the new web site.
Each unit has an accompanying lab (10 total).
Material reflects recent versions of Chef.
Just like books, course training materials are often out of date when …
The 2011 Velocity Conference has begun! Opscode's presense began with a great Chef Presentation by Christopher Brown, Joshua Timberman, Matt Ray, Aaron Peterson and Seth Chisamore. If you are attending Velocity, make sure to stop by Opscode's booth (#505/507) to say hello and pick up Opscode's new Rule The Cloud stickers and T-shirt. Also, don't miss Adam Jacob and Jesse Robbins presentation, Choose Your Own Adventure 2; Electric Boogaloo…
This is an update on the blog post we made a couple weeks back regarding the future of 's cookbooks and cookbooks repository. We are going to switch master branch to reflect the changes that have been made in the 0.10.0 branch this week. Aside from removal of a number of cookbooks (which has been done in the 0.10.0 branch), we've made several other important changes you should be aware of.
We're making changes to the Opscode cookbooks repository about what cookbooks we include and how we provide support for them. As a large number of people rely on our cookbooks, we want to be clear about the intentions of the repository, and how we plan to release and support cookbooks going forward.
The cookbooks in ourrepository are the only ones maintained by us. We will provide bug fixes and help in using them. customers will get direct support in …
Following the success of our recent Chef Hack Day in Austin, Texas, on Saturday April 30 we will have the first Denver/Boulder area hack day! Opscode will be in attendance with members of the developer and services teams.
Spend a Saturday hacking on Chef itself, or on your cookbooks. The idea behind the hack day is some or all of the folks attending have Chef projects they would like to work on and get help from the community in real time. They'll be spontaneous mini-tutorials …
Opscode's Services team will be in Seattle again next week, and we'll be having an informal meeting for Chef users at the Owl & Thistle pub. Opscode is buying the first round and will have appetizers available. If you'd like to talk shop about Chef, Ruby or anything else about operations, please join us!
Wednesday, March 30, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Owl & Thistle
808 Post Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
We hope to see you there!
The Mountain is in RubyConf is this Thursday and Friday, March ! This is a regional conference held in Salt Lake City.
Cookbook design patterns used by Opscode for our published cookbooks and how to make cookbooks sharable betweenenvironments and infrastructures, as well as with other users.'s Joshua Timberman will be presenting a talk on
Joshua will be available at the conference to answer questions about…
Right before2011 in , and right after in , is hosting a Chef Advanced Training ( 2 day) in , . Joshua Timberman will be teaching the class.
When: February 3-4,.
Location: IBBT in Gent, Belgium .
Registration: To register, contact Patrick Debois
For more information also see blog announcement by . Debois