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Episode #183

June 14, 2011

If only someone could Manage these Candidates. You know, give 'em the ole' TorqueBox right in the Kazoo. Knock 'em off their Fixtures. Give 'em the Works! That's my O...

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Manage Chef cookbooks with knife-github-cookbooks

As Chef scripts become stale and software versions march on, it can become difficult to keep your cookbooks up-to-date. So, knife-github-cookbooks by Webster Clay, addresses this by enhancing Chef's knife command by pulling updated cookbooks from GitHub, rather than Opscode. It also integrates with GitHubs compare view, and more.

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