Goiardi is an implementation of the Chef server (http://www.chef.io) written in Go. It can either run entirely in memory with the option to save and load the in-memory data and search indexes to and from disk, drawing inspiration from chef-zero, or it can use MySQL or PostgreSQL as its storage backend.
The full goiardi documentation has been moved out of this README because it was
getting too big to be easily manageable. It now uses sphinx to manage and format
the documentation, which can be found under the
docs/ directory. To learn
about sphinx-doc, see http://sphinx-doc.org/. The documentation can also be
found online at http://goiardi.readthedocs.io/en/latest/.
In addition to the aforementioned Chef documentation at http://docs.chef.io, more documentation specific to goiardi can be viewed with godoc. See https://godoc.org/golang.org/x/tools/cmd/godoc for an explanation of how godoc works. The goiardi godocs can also be viewed online at https://godoc.org/github.com/ctdk/goiardi.
See the TODO file for an up-to-date list of what needs to be done. There's a lot.
There's going to be a lot of these for a while, so we'll just keep those in a BUGS file, won't we?
This started as a project to learn Go, and because I thought that an in memory chef server would be handy. Then I found out about chef-zero, but I still wanted a project to learn Go, so I kept it up. Chef 11 Server also only runs under Linux at this time, while Goiardi is developed under Mac OS X and ought to run under any platform Go supports (only partially tested at this time though).
If you feel like contributing, great! Just fork the repo, make your improvements, and submit a pull request. Tests would, of course, be appreciated. Adding tests where there are no tests currently would be even more appreciated. At least, though, try and not break anything worse than it is. Test coverage has improved, but is still an ongoing concern.
Jeremy Bingham (email@example.com)
Copyright 2013-2017, Jeremy Bingham
digraph packages are vendored from terraform and are
copyrighted by Hashicorp.
CODE OF CONDUCT
This project adheres to the [Open Code of Conduct][code-of-conduct]. By participating, you are expected to honor this code. [code-of-conduct]: http://todogroup.org/opencodeofconduct/#Goiardifirstname.lastname@example.org
This code of conduct can also be found in CONDUCT.md in this repository.
Like many Chef ecosystem programs, goairdi is licensed under the Apache 2.0 License. See the LICENSE file for details.
The goiardi documentation in the
docs directory is licensed under a Creative
Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC-BY 4.0) License.
Chef is copyright (c) 2008-2016 Chef Software (formerly Opscode, Inc.) and its various contributors.
digraph packages are vendored from Hashicorp's terraform
package, and is under the Mozilla Public License version 2.0. The MPL is
included in those directories and applies only to those files.
A small part of
go-chef/chef is included under the
to remove a circular dependency with tests between goiardi and go-chef, only
enough to make a minimal client sufficient to test authenticating headers. It is
copyright 2013-2014, Jesse Nelson under the terms of the Apache 2.0 license.
Thanks go out to the fine folks of Chef Software and the Chef community for all their hard work.
Also, if you were wondering, Ettore Boiardi was the man behind Chef Boyardee. Wakka wakka.