The repository for proposals for major changes to Chef, Chef Server, and related public projects.
This process has been superceded by the guidelines outlined in the https://github.com/chef/chef-oss-practices and no longer applies to Chef Software projects
Read RFC000 for more information on how to submit an RFC and get it reviewed.
Generating HTML Documentation
To turn the Markdown documents into HTML that can be served from a website on the gh-pages branch. Git ≥ 2.7, Ruby, and the Bundler gem are required.
You'll need to have the gh-pages branch checked out locally:
git fetch; git checkout -t origin/gh-pages; git checkout master
bundle install; bundle exec rake pages:generate
After that there will be a gh-pages subdirectory that has the generated files and is on the gh-pages branch. These can be committed and pushed to deploy the website to https://chef.github.io/chef-rfc/.
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