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    Martin Smith
    @martinb3
    I'm not a mac person but maybe if you had ports install gnu tar and then figure out how to get ruby's minitar library to use it?
    Larry Zarou
    @zarry
    it does have gnutar
    I have only had this for a month too, so go figure. work upgrade :)
    Martin Smith
    @martinb3
    hehe
    I have a macbook air, but I don't really use it for development
    @zarry Doesn't seem like any of the tickets/issues document how they got their minitar library or knife commands to use gnu tar instead.
    Hmm
    Larry Zarou
    @zarry
    I will see if Brian either adds you on supermarket or repackages himself. I will spend a little time looking into how to force gnutar but yea like you just said. I haven't seen much yet
    Martin Smith
    @martinb3
    yeah weird.
    ok. Well just ping me if I can help :)
    Larry Zarou
    @zarry
    it looks like chef will patch, just not sure when yet
    Larry Zarou
    @zarry
    Few weeks removed from the release, just want to call out the awesome job we did
    I haven't seen any issues pop up aside from the one about it being built on a mac and the tar issue
    so nice work!
    Brian Bianco
    @brianbianco
    Yeah great work! almost no complaints
    that either means nobody is using it yet or there just aren't many unseen bugs yet!
    Some day we may want to see how the cookbook acts with the 3.0 RC
    beta or whatever itis
    Martin Smith
    @martinb3
    Sweet!
    I know we're using it here a bunch
    No problems :)
    Larry Zarou
    @zarry
    Hey All. I have been insanely busy with work lately but finally coming out the other side here
    I notice all of us have probably been slammed as the cookbook has been dormant for awhile. Lets try to get a small discussion going and just make sure we can keep this thing up to date and running perfectly
    I can dedicate some time over the next few weeks but lets try to get a game plan and dedicate that time to something useful
    Brian Bianco
    @brianbianco
    Yeah I have been busy both with work and life. At some point I'd like to muss around and make sure it works with redis 3.0
    But you know, whenever people have time. If other things come in the way, thats what contributions and PRs are supposed to be for :)
    Martin Smith
    @martinb3
    Hey! I've been incredibly busy too. I can work on the rubocop stuff and some other refactoring as well, during some upcoming travel. But if there's anything else specific we need to knock out, let me know :)
    Brian Bianco
    @brianbianco
    How incredibly weird that 2.3.0 was released on supermarket April 8 2015, and I somehow managed to release 2.4.2 April 8 2016. I swear this was not on purpose.
    Martin Smith
    @martinb3
    That's bizarre.
    :)
    Nicolas Sebastian Vidal
    @nisevi
    hi there, anyone knows how to change the default version of redisio with the custom JSON on AWS stack (OpsWorks)?
    Brian Bianco
    @brianbianco
    I unfortunately have never used OpsWorks.
    you can't just set to the node.default['redisio']['version'] attribute?
    Nicolas Sebastian Vidal
    @nisevi
    hey man thanks for answering! yup I can do that but I was looking a way to not affect the other apps that are using the same cookbook, since we have forked the recipe and currently is being used on several applications
    Brian Bianco
    @brianbianco
    I see, well im not super familiar with OpsWorks, you could always just create a wrapper cookbook around it.
    And then just use that cookbook, whose only real purpose would be to set the version (and any other custom actions / attributes you may want)
    That's probably the safest thing you can do
    Nicolas Sebastian Vidal
    @nisevi
    hey! that is a good idea! I will try what you say :+1:
    Grant Ridder
    @shortdudey123
    @brianbianco hey!
    Brian Bianco
    @brianbianco
    hey there!
    Just wanted to say:
    1. Thanks for doing this, we've needed a new mainter for a while
    1. Try to do your best to not break everybodies stuff when you do a release :)
    1. Feel free to start the fabeled version 3 that does away with all the horrible aspects of the current cookbook
    why does it keep numbering it the same :D
    Also feel free to do the version 3 in your own account and redirect people there from the current CB
    Grant Ridder
    @shortdudey123
    no problem and I normally do pretty good at not breaking things :p
    Brian Bianco
    @brianbianco
    Feel free to ping me on here or you can have my gchat if you want it
    but i
    i'm likely just to delegate things fully to you