#100daysofcode Day 7: I bought the domain, then spent some time drawing network diagrams to find the gaps in my plan. It turns out that to have multiple locations with #kubernetes, you need a cluster in each location, and then you can use #federation to connect the clusters (much like #mastodon). This can also help ensure that data is replicated across physical locations. Kubernetes never ceases to surprise me with cool new features!
#100daysofcode Day 6: My friend and I spent waaay too long picking a good domain name for the new site. The name will be revealed once the site is running.
#100daysofcode Day 5: I took a break from the main project to start learning Ruby so I can later learn Ruby on Rails for a possible future project. A pre-pre-requisite I guess.
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#duckduckgo finally owns duck.com! No more wild goose chase: https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/duckduckgo-google-competition/
@kev I recently started transitioning away from Google services, then I just found your posts about De-Googling. It's nice to know that there are other people doing this as well! Also it is reassuring to see we independently chose some of the same replacements (NextCloud & DuckDuckGo). I went with ProtonMail for email, though: http://johan.vandegriff.net/wordpress/2017/10/27/why-i-switched-to-protonmail/
Tinkering is Johan’s main token
From this there’s a proverb he’s spoken
For in work or playing
He lives by the saying
If you can’t fix it, it ain’t broken.
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