After spending the last six months learning the forward and backward of self hosting a Kubernetes cluster I've decided that it's like this. All parts of the cluster - storage, networking, load balancing, etc. - are about choosing the least worst option out of many not very good options that may not even be supported or maintained in a year's time.
Our work at the Election Integrity Partnership is starting to come together starting with an analysis of Twitter's response to Trump's post last Saturday. https://www.eipartnership.net/news/twitters-policy-election-misinfo-in-action
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In the other column, assuming they actually release a fix later today, Sonatype's response to my bug report on their community forum was fantastic. https://community.sonatype.com/t/nexus-repository-3-25-1-released/4696
Snoquera Falls is a super easy hike that is worth checking out. https://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/snoquera-falls
Tired of editing /etc/hosts and looking to get names mapped to IPs? I discovered this today: https://nip.io/
I posted a thing about using Docker Swarm. Well, seven things. It's a long story. Too bad I'm ditching it for Kubernetes already. https://paullockaby.com/archive/2020/06/bootstrapping-docker-swarm/
I develop software. I take photographs. I spend time in nature. I endure the judgement of my dog. I run this server.
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