#lnav is a log file navigator.
lnav is a program which reads log files and displays their combined contents in chronological order. lnav highlights and colorizes relevant or important information, including actions and errors. lnav understands several log formats, can create timestamped logs from any program output, and can filter by regex or SQL.
Website 🔗️: https://lnav.org/
apt 📦️: lnav
Check out these rates! Anacortes, WA is offering public gigabit internet for under $70 a month. We have the opportunity to do the same thing here!
@Lisa_Herbold@twitter.com has asked the @SeattleCouncil@twitter.com to vote on whether or not SPU should consider it for Seattle.
Just installed bookstack for use as a private wiki. Initial impression is very positive. Excellent design/UX, fast, easy install via docker:
Of course I'm running it via maelstrom so it only starts when I use it. YAML example here:
Fedora 31 is coming out soon, and uses cgroup v2 by default, which is incompatible with docker. Here's a good guide explaining how to revert back to cgroup v1.
What's the best web server log analysis program these days? I used to use webalizer but surely there's something more modern now.
I don't generally use google analytics and just want something to summarize hit counts, referring links, bandwidth for logs in extended common log format.
I co-host a meetup in Seattle for tech freelancers. We meet every other Monday from 8am-9:30. We use the “lean coffee” format to rotate through discussion topics.
Given recent wework/meetup pricing shenanigans we are considering moving to an alternate directory, but sadly meetup still has dominant network power..
Anyhow it’s a small but pleasant group. Stop by if you’re interested.
Brightly, a home cleaning worker coop, becomes a franchise - https://www.fastcompany.com/90370579/worker-owned-domestic-cleaning-businesses-are-gearing-up-for-a-massive-expansion
Home cleaners in the US earn $11/hour. Cleaners at Brightly worker cooperative get $21/hour
Theres a massive expansion of cleaner coops planned through a franchise model
If you're in the Seattle area and want to get out of the house and meet some like minded comrades, please help out at Food Not Bombs.
We distribute food every Sunday at Occidental Park in Pioneer Square (next to the fireman statue). 4:30pm - we run out.. Usually 6pm or so.
All food is vegetarian. Most is vegan. We do food pickups at a few area restaurants. Some folks cook stuff and bring it.
If it's your first time, just show up.
My goal is to create a way to easily deploy and scale systems with minimal operations effort and complexity.
It's early days but I have one client who plans to put this in prod next month.
I welcome feedback. If you're interested in contributing please reach out.
Interested in FOSS, anarchism, economics, cats.
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