In This Episode
Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Garrett Serack from Microsoft abount OneGet
From the Chat room
<Doug> ## When will PowerShell be open sourced?
<gpduck> ## is powershellget open source (or going to be if not?)
<gpduck> ## will powershellget eventually support a system-wide list of sources (so enterprise defaults can be provided globally)?
<sepeck> ## will oneget be integrated or leveraged through SCCM or other System Center tools?
<Dave_Wyatt> ## Are there any OSS licensing concerns in OneGet? (eg, is it kosher to have a GPL licensed provider loaded with the Apache licensed OneGet core?)
<gpduck> ## powershellget appears to only save the list of package sources in a per-user profile directory
<Sandrock> ## does oneget leverage powershell remoting in order to manage installs on remote systems?
<Dave_Wyatt> ## Are there any plans to make these configurations policy-friendly? When they’re in XML files, it’s awkward to enforce a list of trusted sources in an enterprise.
<sepeck> Guest74842: we’re trying to revive JPavlecks old ##SCOM channel here on freenode. I am going back to SCOM after a two year brak.
<halr9000> screencap for the evening http://snag.gy/UrX2V.jpg
<halr9000> links: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/garretts/archive/2014/04/01/my-little-secret-windows-powershell-oneget.aspx
<halr9000> Hunh. http://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/GistProvider/
<halr9000> .NET Core Framework http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/announcing-open-source-of-net-core-framework-net-core-distribution-for-linux-osx-and-free-visual-studio-community-edition
[22:33:48] <Dave_Wyatt> superhero: Feather Cowboy. Obviously.