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IRC log for #crimsonfu, 2014-04-05

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11:46 pdurbin just a reminder for Boston locals that I'm going to the NorthEast Linux Fest (NELF) today if anyone would like to join me: http://irclog.greptilian.com/northeastlinuxfest/2014-04-05
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12:43 westmaas JoeJulian: yeah, ticket is the best way - but if I could get more info that'd help too - are they always using the same image? is it a base image? custom? etc
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16:01 pdurbin_m2 heh. just got interviewed by http://hackerpublicradio.org
16:02 pdurbin_m2 larsks: mattdm is here. introduced me to some folks at the red hat table
16:35 dotplus pdurbin_m2: re hsqldb. PuppetDB is where I came across it, although they recommend postgresql instead if your environment is > ~100 nodes
16:39 larsks pdurbin_m2: Say hello to mattdm!  There are too many birthday's happening in our house this weekend for me to attend.
16:41 larsks s/'//
16:42 pdurbin_m2 huh. XFS will be the default in RHEL 7
16:43 pdurbin_m2 dotplus: puppetdb is written in clojure, which is neat
16:45 pdurbin_m2 larsks: sounds like you two are in pretty different groups
16:51 pdurbin_m2 dotplus: makes sense... on the JVM already
16:57 pdurbin_m2 next up: a talk by http://www.aristanetworks.com from http://www.linkedin.com/pub/chris-campbell/3/97b/a39
17:00 pdurbin_m2 mention of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_Defined_Networking
17:03 pdurbin_m2 https://eos.aristanetworks.com/2013/11/linux-as-a-switch-operating-system-five-lessons-learned/
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19:00 pdurbin_m mattdm: so http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Env_and_Stacks
19:00 pdurbin_m thanks
19:00 pdurbin_m docker talk starting
19:02 pdurbin_m by https://twitter.com/buildingbananas
19:08 pdurbin_m demo of https://index.docker.io/u/buildingbananas/nginx/
19:11 pdurbin_m based on https://github.com/dockerfile/nginx
19:12 pdurbin_m https://github.com/dockerfile/nginx/blob/master/Dockerfile
19:20 pdurbin_m https://github.com/funkymonkeymonk/nginx
19:20 pdurbin_m codex: this is starting to make more sense
19:34 dotplus I'm excited to see network device vendors getting into transparency/interop and making CM more viable.
19:40 pdurbin_m dotplus: he said you can run puppet on that networking kit
19:42 pdurbin_m deis, flynn
19:47 pdurbin_m http://blog.docker.io/2013/10/deis-an-open-source-paas-based-on-docker/
19:48 pdurbin_m http://jpetazzo.github.io/2013/11/17/flynn-docker-paas/
20:00 pdurbin_m next talk, ansible by http://adityapatawari.com
20:02 pdurbin_m http://twitter.com/adityapatawari
20:39 mattdm pdurbin_m fedora infrastructure puppet info https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Infrastructure/Puppet
20:42 dotplus pdurbin: yep, but there would be some significant work to be done if you actually want it to control the switch itself
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21:01 pdurbin_m mattdm: thanks
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22:40 hydrajump a bit random but anyone have experience with ruby/rails and node.js?

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