#grid (#tomo and my overly ambitions projects in general) tries to lean on existing tech as much as possible at the heart of this is #docker running in swarm mode packages are strictly packaged docker images what #grid adds to the equation is NAT smashing overlay networking, automatic host configuration, garbage collection, uptime monitoring, privacy control, storage, and so on
Gerade erfahren: Ab Docker 1.15 kann man anscheinend auch endlich an spezifische IPv6-Adressen binden.
@gcupc thats thing... I do want to get involved with running my own #mastodon instance at some point on the same computer as my blog... however i do wonder if id be in order my head too quickly. i already tried installing mastodon and failed. thinking i may need to learn #docker first before trying again...
Alright, it's #LibreMonday today!
At Hamburg Universitiy of Technology we use #StaticSiteGenerators for the production of Open Educational Ressources (#OER). We chose #GitBook (https://www.npmjs.com/package/gitbook) first and try #Jekyll now.
Please find some examples here:
@clacke 🤔 I probably need to consider SEO when I'm naming these things tbh
#grid is a #p2p scheduler along the lines of fleet or k8s the idea is to turn your personal devices (+ optionally cloud machines) into a single distributed UNIX-ish thing uses #docker for isolation and packaging not ready to share yet, but it *is* functional enough that I can use it to host my personal cloud nonsense
see #grid uses #docker to run jobs, the idea being that you can pair a bunch of devices to your public key and send them encrypted commands over #ssb. i'm excited because i don't have to change much of anything to support native graphical applications.