WARNING 3.8.0 did not contain the proper built JS, please use 3.8.1 that was just released.
Django-autocomplete-light 3.8.0 was released, and features all your contributions of the year, and tested with a pre-release for the last 3 months or so.
It promises to fix all your JS loading issues, but comes at the price of a small backward compatibility breaks affecting users with custom init functions. If unsure: you probably don’t have any and the upgrade should just work for you.
As you will see, this is a pretty big release, we’ll also briefly talk about the future of django-autocomplete-light in this post.Read More
How weak is a Continuous Deployment when you can’t just deploy the master branch to production at any time? Merging unfinished patches to publish them on a staging deployment blocks production deployment of the master branch…
eXtreme DevOps is the practice of an extremely aggressive Continuous Delivery strategy where each patch push deploys an ephemeral deployment such as branchname.ci.example.com. Of course, this would be quite hard to achieve with configuration files, even with NGINX and Ansible.
But, with Traefik it becomes so easy that we couldn’t resist and make it the standard practice for all our developments, from private companies of all sizes, and to government organizations. In this session, James demos and discusses his expertise using Traefik to practice eXtreme DevOps for his customers.Read More
This articles describes how to use the scripts we use to maintain public and private mirrors for Arch and Alpine Linux packages (more distros to come): arch.yourlabs.org and alpine.yourlabs.org.
The whole point of having this is that we also have arch.yourlabs.org and alpine.yourlabs.org on our local networks, as such upgrades are extremely fast at the hackerspace.Read More