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Commits on Apr 16, 2015
  1. @jeffbyrnes

    Bump to v3.3.0

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Bump to v3.2.0

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Update H5BP Apache config goodies

    jeffbyrnes authored
    * Updates to some docs links
    * Additional of some more MIME type handling
    * Addition of setting Set %{ENV:PROTO} variable
        * Allow rewrites to redirect with appropriate schema
    automatically (http or https)
    * Updates to Clickjacking & other (as yet unused) security bits
    * Addition of ServerSignature
    * Tweaks & additions to Expires headers
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    Bump to v3.1.1

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Bump to v3.1.0

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Add filename-based cache busting to server config

    jeffbyrnes authored
    Per-vhost b/c of Apache quirks w/ Rewrites
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    Ensure empty, shared .htaccess is present

    jeffbyrnes authored
    Allows WP to write an .htaccess file that isn’t overwritten on
    each new deployment
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    Fix a missed a docroot attribute

    jeffbyrnes authored
    Kinda the most important one, being prod & all.
Commits on Apr 15, 2015
  1. @jeffbyrnes

    Bump to v3.0.3

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Revert "Add DB_PREFIX to .env"

    jeffbyrnes authored
    This reverts commit 3c262aa.
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    Bump to v3.0.2

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Add DB_PREFIX to .env

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Bump to v3.0.1

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Change site root path to reflect new deployment

    jeffbyrnes authored
    Changes to WWW deployment mean a change in the site’s root
Commits on Apr 14, 2015
  1. @jeffbyrnes

    Bump to v3.0.0

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Refactor for Apache 2.4, PHP 5.5

    jeffbyrnes authored
    * Switch to Ubuntu 14.04
        * Has Apache 2.4 & PHP 5.5 as packages
    * Make use of apache2 cookbook ~> 3.0
    * Drop install & configuration of newrelic PHP agent
        * It’s not been in use in a while
        * It’s not thread-safe (breaks if mpm isn’t set to prefork)
    * Take better advantage of apache2 definitions for mods & confs
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    Bump to v2.9.0

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Install Composer for PHP dependency mgmt.

    jeffbyrnes authored
    Used by upcoming WWW deployment to install WP & plugins
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    Bump to v2.8.0

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Add .env for WP DB values

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Fix usage of hard-coded user & group

    jeffbyrnes authored
    * Catch a missed hard-coded 'deploy' user mention
    * Use the apache2 cookbook’s group attribute
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    Bump to v2.7.0

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Add WP-CLI to improve deployment capabilities

    jeffbyrnes authored
    Goes hand-in-hand with upcoming changes to evertrue/www.
    
    See http://wp-cli.org for details
Commits on Apr 13, 2015
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    Remove dependency on et_users

    jeffbyrnes authored
    Rather than depend on et_users, we can specify the user we
    want, which is a more solid pattern to use (less coupled).
    
    Might allow for WWW users to use this cookbook in the future
Commits on Apr 6, 2015
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    Remove need to use real data bags for testing

    jeffbyrnes authored
    This removes the need to use an actual, production data bag to
    test the cookbook.
    
    This makes this cookbook self-contained.
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    Upgrade to newrelic_meetme_plugin ~> 0.2.0

    jeffbyrnes authored
    Allows for better testing by allowing config of whether or not the
    newrelic_meetme_plugin agent is started (it requires a
    legit license key to start).
    
    We just need to know it’s installed.
Commits on Apr 1, 2015
  1. @jeffbyrnes

    Bump to v2.6.0

    jeffbyrnes authored
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    Have stage & prod WWW share a server using 2 vhosts

    jeffbyrnes authored
    Rather than pay for an entire, separate EC2 instance for stage, this
    sets up the WWW box to host both stages using Apache vhosts.
Commits on Feb 4, 2015
  1. @jeffbyrnes

    Bump to v2.5.1

    jeffbyrnes authored
Commits on Feb 3, 2015
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    Better handling of New Relic license attributes

    jeffbyrnes authored
    Provide a simple mocking mechanism for testing
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