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-If you're using Puppet you already have a list of the hosts and types of hosts under your control. So why duplication this information in your capistrano configuration?
-Every time you provision or destroy a new machine you have to remember to update your deployment configuration and that's just an error waiting to happen.
+If you're using Puppet you already have a list of the hosts and types of hosts under your control. So why duplicate this information in your capistrano configuration? Every time you provision or destroy a new machine you have to remember to update your deployment configuration and that's just an error waiting to happen.
This requires you to be running my web-puppet service to get at the relevant host and tag information. https://github.com/garethr/web-puppet
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Note that this is the first release as is really just a proof of concept. Running web-puppet in environments with lots of hosts will likely be very slow.
-The code was inspired by Capistrano-cobbler, which uses Cobbler rather than web-puppet to get the host information. https://github.com/proffalken/capistrano-cobbler
+The code was inspired by capistrano-cobbler, which uses Cobbler rather than web-puppet to get the host information. https://github.com/proffalken/capistrano-cobbler

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