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cleaned up the READMEs to point to the central repo

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source "http://rubygems.org"
gem 'chef', "= 0.10.8"
-gem 'ironfan', "~> 3.0.14"
+gem 'ironfan', "~> 3.1.0.rc1"
group :development do
gem 'rake'
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-Hooray! there is a burndown list
-Yikes! It's long. Luckily we are badasses. Comments and assitance welcome.
-
-## Must Do
-
-* ~~sync infochimps-labs/opscode-cookbooks with opscode/cookbooks (Flip)~~
-* merge volumes into silverware. merge ebs_volumes into ec2 cookbook (Flip)
-* Basic CI testing of cookbooks (Flip)
-* RSpecs for silverback (lib and knife tools) (Flip)
-* RSpecs for silverware are mostly in place -- ensure they are. (Flip)
-* ~~Raid is having problems (race conditions in converge/configure with mounting)- (Flip)~~
-* Git deploy abstraction similar to `install_from` (Flip)
-* version bump all cookbooks (Nathan)
-* push cookbooks to community.opscode.com (Flip)
-* sync cookbooks up/down to `infochimps-cookbooks/`
- - note: infochimps-cookbooks the org will be dereferenced in favor of ironfan-lib the single repo; it's unclear which pull requesters will prefer. We will do at least one push so that names and URLs are current, and we're not removing anything, but infochimps-cookbooks has an unclear future.
-* refactor homebase setup into easier-to-maintain structure (Nathan)
-
-## Docco
-(Selene)
-
-* Clean up README file in homebase, silverware and ironfan
-* Clear description of metadiscovery
-* organize homebase/notes (and decide where it goes). There’s some cruft in there that should leave
-* make sure README files in cookbooks aren’t wildly inaccurate
-* Carry out setup directions, ensure they work:
-* ironfan if you’re using our homebase
-* ironfan if you’re using opscode’s homebase
-* local vagrant environment
-* hadoop cluster bootstrapping
-* `ironfan install` checks everything out
-
-## Piddly Shit
-
-* standardize the `zabbix` cookbook (no more /opt, etc -- more in the TODO)
-* volumes don't deep merge -- eg you have to mount_ephemerals in the facet if you modify htem
-* kill_old_service should disable services (may be leaving /etc/rc.d cruft).
-* kill old service doesn't go the first time. why?
-* in something somewhere: “WARN: Missing gem ‘right_aws’, ‘fog’, ‘rvm’”
-* chef client/server cookbook: set chef user UID / GID; client can set log directory
-* apt has a dashboard at http://{hostname}:3142/report
-* ironfan#101: fog can fail to create tags
-* ironfan#98: flume master should not announce as zookeeper
-* ironfan#93: not quite so opinionated about keypairs
-* ironfan#91: probably fixed -- regions
-* ironfan#87: probably fixed -- can create ebs volumes at launch with no snapshot
-* ironfan#86: patch available -- security groups with mixed case
-* ironfan#81: probably fixed -- cassandra cookbook
-* ironfan#76: knife cluster kick should work even if service not running
-* ironfan#67: probably fixed
-* ironfan#48: bootstrap with elastic_ip
-* ironfan#10: cookbook checklist
-* can use knife ssh as me@ or as ubuntu@
-* knife command to set/remove permanent on a node + disableApiTermination on box. knife cluster kill refuses to delete nodes with permanent set. knife cluster sync sets permanent on if permanent(true), removes if permanent(false), ignores if permanent nil or unset.
-* rip out `cookbook_munger`
-* rip out `repo_man`
-
-## Really Want
-
-* unify the hashlike underpinning to be same across silverware & ironfan. Make sure we love (or accept) all the differences between it and Gorrillib’s, and between it and Chef’s.
-* Route 53
-* Keys are transmitted in databags, using a helper, and not in node attributes
-* easy to create a dummy node (load balancer, external resource, etc)
-* cookbook munger reads comments in attributes file to populate metadata.rb
-* components can have arbitrary attributes
-* All cookbooks have nice detailed announcements
-* full roll out of log_integration, monitoring
-* Rakefile becomes skinnier
-
-* a helper and way to collect package names that vary across platforms
- - `package_for_platform` helper selects right name, delegates all else to `package`.
- - use attributes/package_mapping.rb -- consistent and out of the way
- - may want to anticipate the platform_family functionality (but won't be here til chef 11)
-
- # libxml is the default
- package_mapping('foo',
- /mac_os_x/ => "a', [:freebsd, :bsdlite] => "b", [:windows, :mingw32] => "c")
-
- # or you can use an explicit default
- package_mapping('bar', :default => 'Q',
- /mac_os_x/ => "a', [:freebsd, :bsdlite] => "b", [:windows, :mingw32] => "c")
-
-
-
-
-## Cookbook checklist:
-(Nathan)
-
-* Validate all the cookbooks against checklist -- see notes/README-checklist.md
-
- | flip fixed | temujin9 checked |
- +------------+------------------+
- cassandra | | |
- ec2 | | |
- elasticsearch | | |
- firewall | | |
- flume | | |
- ganglia | | |
- graphite | | |
- hadoop_cluster | | |
- hbase | | |
- hive | | |
- jenkins | | |
- jruby | | |
- nfs | | |
- nodejs | | |
- papertrail | | |
- pig | | |
- redis | | |
- resque | | |
- Rstats | | |
- statsd | | |
- zookeeper | | |
- # meta:
- install_from | | |
- motd | | |
- mountable_volumes | | |
- provides_service | | |
- # Need thinkin':
- big_package | | |
- ironfan | | |
-
-
-## Things that are probably straightforward to fix as soon as we know how
-
-* announcements should probably be published very early, but they need to know lots about the machine YUK
-* split between clusters / roles / integration cookbooks
-* inheritance of clusters
-
-## Things We Hate But Might Have to Continue Hating
-
-* Cluster refactor -- clusters / stacks / components, not clusters / roles / cookbooks
-* move cluster discovery to cloud class.
-* Server#normalize! doesn’t imprint object (ie. server attributes poke through to the facet & cluster, rather than being *set* on the object)
-* The fact you can only see one cluster at a time is stupid.
-* security group pairing is sucky.
-* ubuntu home drive bullshit
-* Finer-grained security group control (eg nfs server only opens a couple ports, not all)
-* nfs recipe uses discovery right (thus allowing more than one NFS share to exist in the universe)
-* roles UGGGHHHHAERWSDFKHSBLAH
-
-## Ponies!
-
-* foodcritic compatibility
-* build out cookbook munger, make it less spike-y
-* spot pricing
-* rackspace compatibility
-
-* https://github.com/imeyer/chef-handler-graphite/wiki
-* https://github.com/jtimberman/chef-handler-updated-resources/blob/master/lib/chef/handler/updated_resources.rb
-* http://wiki.opscode.com/display/chef/Distributing+Chef+Handlers
-
-
-## CentOS
-
-runit is awesome but not available on CentOS 6
-
-better off using start/stop daemon than the lsb
-
-* abstract away the start/stop
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