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FOSDEM: Infrastructure as an open source project

FOSDEM: Infrastructure as an open source project

Posted Feb 9, 2012 2:19 UTC (Thu) by nirik (subscriber, #71)
Parent article: FOSDEM: Infrastructure as an open source project

Fedora Infrastructure has been doing this for years. ;)

Our puppet repo is not (yet) public, but it's on my list to make it so.

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/GettingStarted

Also, I can't resist a plug: I'm going to be talking about Fedora Infrastructure at tomorrow nights Boulder Linux Users Group meeting. ;) http://lug.boulder.co.us/ for more info.


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FOSDEM: Infrastructure as an open source project

Posted Feb 9, 2012 9:04 UTC (Thu) by misc (subscriber, #73730) [Link]

Mageia also have been doing this from the start ( ie 1.5 years, but that's more impressive to say "from the start" ) and the code is public ( since we just started at the right moment, technology wise, we were able to separate password from core ).

http://svnweb.mageia.org/adm/puppet/

We even took the time ( even if not perfect ) to split module in 2 groupes, for the reusable one and the specific one.

AFAIK, Debian also use puppet, and publish part of the configuration ( likely for the same reason as everybody else, the need to aduit before publishing, etc ).


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