1. Docker openstackclient-kilo container

    A couple of years ago I deployed an openstack cluster based on RDO. Back in the days we implemented the kilo release. Until today we didn't updated yet due to various reasons being no need for the new features, no resources, no time no.. Upgrading would be a better option but we'll have to live with it and since it's running rather well so far we are quite happy with it.

    To manage that cloud I use the clients I installed on my local machine, from nova to cinder they all have different packages available for many different platforms. Only …

  2. Auto deploy webpage using pelican and travis

    many years ago I created my own webpage, it all started with pure, HTML evolved to a wordpress and finally became a pelican based setup. It got served on many different hosting providers but since a few years it's running on S3 storage and hosted through cloudfront all over the world.

    It's a very fast setup, and once the site has been deployed and every little service has been configured and implemented the only thing I need to do is writing content in markdown without having to consider how to deploy or how it will look.

    In this post I'll …

  3. Github mirroring

    As an enthusiastic open-source addict I use github on a regularly base to share my knowledge with the world, to explore new software tools, to enhance software with new features, to fix bugs, to collaborate with others, and above all to live the open source way!

    But I also have to admit that their are some disadvantages too, from time to time the availability, well lacks availability.., you have to pay for private repositories used for testing purposes and github enterprise can't be used publically anymore..

    Self-hosted git

    Using your own git instance makes your software less accessible, since like …

  4. Hubot, the github chat automated bot

    Some weeks ago I was asked by a customer to implement a bot on an IRC channel. Did some research about this topic and stumbled on the github hubot.

    The installation on a dedicated server running CentOS 6, using the irc adapter isn't hard. By following those steps you can easily start your own bot on a specified IRC channel.

    You need some pre installed packages:

    # yum install openssl openssl-devel openssl-static crypto-utils expat expat-devel gcc-c++ git

    After installed those pre requirements nodejs is the next service we need. You can install the newest version using rpm packages you can find …

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