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Preparing repository for splitting cookbooks into their own repos.

* Add a CONTRIBUTING file to each cookbook.
* Move the Changes/Roadmap section(s) to CHANGELOG.md.
* Create the Apache LICENSE file in each cookbook.
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Joshua Timberman authored February 28, 2012
9  CHANGELOG.md
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+## v0.99.2:
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+* [COOK-916] - use < (with float) for version comparison.
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+## v0.99.0:
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+
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+* Better support for Red Hat-family platforms
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+* Integration with database cookbook
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+* Make sure the postgres role is updated with a (secure) password
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+If you would like to contribute, please open a ticket in JIRA:
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+* http://tickets.opscode.com
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+Create the ticket in the COOK project and use the cookbook name as the
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+component.
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+For all code contributions, we ask that contributors sign a
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+contributor license agreement (CLA). Instructions may be found here:
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+* http://wiki.opscode.com/display/chef/How+to+Contribute
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+When contributing changes to individual cookbooks, please do not
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+modify the version number in the metadata.rb. Also please do not
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+update the CHANGELOG.md for a new version. Not all changes to a
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+cookbook may be merged and released in the same versions. Opscode will
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+handle the version updates during the release process. You are welcome
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+to correct typos or otherwise make updates documentation in the
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+README.
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+
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+If a contribution adds new platforms or platform versions, indicate
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+such in the body of the commit message(s), and update the relevant
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+COOK ticket. When writing commit messages, it is helpful for others if
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+you indicate the COOK ticket. For example:
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+    git commit -m '[COOK-1041] Updated pool resource to correctly delete.'
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+In the ticket itself, it is also helpful if you include log output of
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+a successful Chef run, but this is not absolutely required.
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