Dave Walk Seem to be so many options for Docker provisioning now. Have you tried Salt Stack?
Itchap I played with it few days and between Puppet/Cfengine/Chief/SaltStack it's the one that prefer. Sometimes a good provisioning tool is enough. It's often true for Cloud Environments.
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Pan I am a common lisp programmer. I am working on an editor and a chat protocol. I am not very good, but I am trying.
Itchap I tried scheme at school and I have recently been missing the parentheses. I will probably give a try to CL, Scheme or Clojure
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Dave Walk Learned about it a while ago and waiting for it to become mature. Is it production ready?
Itchap I will probably give a try to this week. It looks like the perfect partner for .
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Simon Janes BulletJournal is nice. I tend to just use blank copy paper for working topics out that I may not wish to keep bound. They get filed in the round-file if they don't pan out or in a file-cabinet for archival. I would use a BulletJournal format for anything "meta" (TODOs, Appointments, Contacts, Etc.) because that's what it's perfect for.
Itchap I am checking right now, it looks really interesting. Did you come across other similar methods?
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Itchap Any thoughts about flynn.io ?
Simon Janes I had to read the Omega paper. I think I need to read it again before I can read the flynn.io deal.
Dave Walk Learned about it a while ago and waiting for it to become mature. Is it production ready?
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Itchap I like this new explore behaviour. Being able to reply to our own messages would be really interesting also. It would give the ability to structure thoughts or give more details about something already posted. We all change our mind at one point or another so being able to reflect that would be great.
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Simon Janes This was a nice collection of science/self-improvement: "23 Scientific Keys to Change Any Behavior" fiercegentleman.co...
Itchap You will probably like artofmanliness.com
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Simon Janes As I've gotten older, the less I use IRC. Everything is more asynchronous on sublevel, etc. IRC is great for the virtual meeting, but getting stuff done means you really cannot put much attention into IRC. In '95 I used to be a regular on / EFNet. Recently I watched for a bit on Mozilla's IRC. Currently, not using it.
Itchap Agreed, most of the time that I spend on IRC is for getting some support but there is some chans where I really enjoy to stay like and .
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Itchap What about referencing here your favorite channels ?
Simon Janes As I've gotten older, the less I use IRC. Everything is more asynchronous on sublevel, etc. IRC is great for the virtual meeting, but getting stuff done means you really cannot put much attention into IRC. In '95 I used to be a regular on / EFNet. Recently I watched for a bit on Mozilla's IRC. Currently, not using it.
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Flo I'm starting to learn html and css. Any advices or resources? What language should I learn next?
Itchap I like the new Mozilla dev portal: developer.mozilla....
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Itchap Just discovered this service goodreads.com I really like it
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Simon Janes Resource-efficient distributed systems mesos.apache.org
Itchap Kind of Pacemaker++ ?
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Itchap The future is already there
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