We're still working through the backlog of COOK contributions from you, our<snip>
awesome community. I cannot stress enough how much we appreciate the time and
effort put into every ticket reported and pull request sent our way. This
culture of sharing is truly awesome. If you'd like to participate in our
community summit in October, there's plenty of tickets available. Also, you
can get in-person hugs if that's your thing :-).
In addition to reviewing contributions from the community, we're working to
add basic test-kitchen support and clean up foodcritic warnings (at least for
correctness) across our cookbooks. All cookbook testing prior to new releases
will go through test-kitchen, so this is a very important project.
Anyway, we've released a few cookbooks over the past week or two, and more
are on the way. Full details are available in the CHANGELOG.md of each
cookbook, and the tickets mentioned. We would like to thank Tim Smith from
WebTrends for his work on the nagios cookbook. Along with other contributors,
he's made a lot of great improvements to the cookbook and making it even more
data driven through the Chef Server API. Thanks Tim!
We have over 100 tickets that have been resolved and merged that need to be
tested before release. We're working on the test process and integrating
support for test-kitchen along the way. We'll also be closing old pull
requests in the legacy monolithic cookbooks repository, so please do update
those to the standalone repositories in opscode-cookbooks organization.
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