Episode 313 – PowerScripting Podcast – Rob Reynolds on Chocolatey



In This Episode

Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Rob Reynolds about Chocolatey

Chatroom Highlights
<halr9000> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ferventcoder/chocolatey-the-alternative-windows-store-like-yum
<jasonmorgan> https://chocolatey.org/packages/chocolatey.server
<jaykul> http://inedo.com/proget/pricing/features-by-edition
<halr9000> https://powershell.org/2015/01/04/episode-291-powerscripting-podcast-garrett-serack-from-microsoft-on-oneget/
<jasonmorgan> Not chocolatey.org http://chocolatey.org, we host our own repo
<halr9000> https://github.com/PowerShellOrg/cChoco
<halr9000> https://www.virustotal.com/
<stuwee> Or what about MeetUp.com http://MeetUp.com.  Don't know if that has a cost to it or not.
<jonwalz> @stuwee: have you seen this? https://chocolatey.org/packages
<halr9000> https://github.com/chocolatey/choco/wiki/CommandsInstall
<ferventcoder> https://www.dropbox.com/s/eeroh0oat4mtzgz/new_icon.png?dl=0
<<@UPLLB|halr9000>> halr9000 uploaded a file: new_icon.png https://powershell.slack.com/files/halr9000/F10GSGG12/new_icon.png
<ferventcoder> http://us8.campaign-archive2.com/?u=86a6d80146a0da7f2223712e4&id=9fca6c8b8c
<jasonmorgan> ## When do you think we'll see chocolatey enterprise?
<jaykul> ## What about OneGet
<johnfleenor> ## Does dsc have chocolatey resource?
<jaykul> ## How are you paying for all that bandwidth
<jaykul> ## Speaking of "store" is there a monetizing plan in the works? 😉
<johnfleenor> ## can you use local nuget repository proxy like sonar nexus to host local chocolatey repo
<jasonmorgan> ## how much of that do you expect chocolatey to manage and how much do you expect businesses to do themselves?
<johnfleenor> ## how does chocolatey surface installation answer filles?
<johnfleenor> ## what is best a way to install groups of chocolatey packages?
<jasonmorgan> ## so business will be our  hosted Chocolatey repo?
<stuwee> ## Knowing little to nothing about choco, does it run in a PSH console?

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