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IRC log for #crimsonfu, 2015-02-23

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02:47 Topic for #crimsonfu is now http://crimsonfu.github.com - ConfiguRatIon Management of Systems Or Network kung FU | logs at http://irclog.perlgeek.de/crimsonfu/today
13:26 pdurbin only one retweet. oh well
14:49 pdurbin nice! http://someguyontheinter.net/blog/github-third-party-application-access/
15:17 pdurbin bear: thanks for the retweet! :)
15:17 bear :)
15:46 pdurbin someone walked by and suggested adding this to the blog post http://i669.photobucket.com/albums/vv57/gudsrost/My%20GIFs/Ren-and-Stimpy-red-button-anim2.gif :)
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17:49 dotplus pdurbin: re: jekyll. If you're looking at a new static site generator, I would encourage you to look at http://gohugo.io
18:41 pdurbin dotplus: thanks. I was just wanting to post that blog post on GitHub Pages, which uses Jekyll.
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21:14 semiosis https://twitter.com/joewalnes/status/568890807375306753
21:16 pdurbin semiosis: heh
21:16 pdurbin oh cool, some feedback from a githubber on my post: https://github.com/mozillascience/site/issues/11#issuecomment-75589627
21:18 semiosis nice
21:20 pdurbin "if an org member has read-only access, the app will not have write access to that org's repo for the user"
21:20 pdurbin hmm
21:20 pdurbin I still find the screen confusing and scary. Where I'm prompted to authorize an app.
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21:22 skay hi, do any of you have experience getting xdummy working in a docker container? friend of friend who is working on an academic project in reproducible research in robots is having troubles
21:22 skay oh hi marcoceppi, I think I recognize you from juju
21:23 pdurbin skay: careful. you might wake up marcoceppi. he doesn't talk much ;)
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21:24 pdurbin skay: codex and prologic and hydrajump know a thing or two about docker
21:25 skay pdurbin: I could forward the email to you, and you could perhaps share it with friends who might be able to help
21:25 * pdurbin hates email
21:26 skay bwahaha ok
21:26 codex skay: some more info -- what's the trouble?
21:26 skay I hate phone calls more
21:26 pdurbin skay: can you pastebin it?
21:26 skay sure
21:27 codex also, have you tried existing: https://github.com/bencawkwell/dockerfile-xpra
21:27 skay sorry for the horrible formatting http://paste.ubuntu.com/10377940/
21:29 codex skay: I pasted the commands for your dockerfile that you need, here:
21:29 codex http://pastebin.com/9MmtHv5D
21:29 skay codex: I have not. I don't know if Jon has, I'll pass it along to him
21:29 codex sub "saucy" with another version --> all this assumes running Ubuntu
21:35 skay thanks codex, I'm passing along the information to him.
21:35 skay and also pointed him to #sciencelab on mozilla's irc servers along with their discussion group. might help him later when he has more questions
21:36 skay some of the folks who are loosely connected there do work in reproducible research and containers and/or vms
21:36 prologic lol a thing or two :)
21:36 prologic hmm
21:36 * skay mostly uses lxc along with juju
21:37 codex docker is mostly just lxc :)
21:37 codex "sort of kind of, not anymore"
21:37 prologic ihmo docker is a better user expeirence and ecosystem :)
21:37 codex with a really nice config engine on top and a ton of methodologies
21:37 prologic it is what lxc is
21:37 prologic but not lxc
21:38 prologic it interfaces with the same kernel calls
21:38 prologic yeah :)
21:38 codex I think docker officially split off of LXC 100%, but yea, same calls underneath
21:38 prologic like I said very nice ecosystem
21:38 prologic they split off from using lxc lib back in 0.7.x something
21:38 codex what I can't understand is why openvz never became this popular
21:38 prologic which made sense anyway
21:38 prologic code to the kernel
21:38 prologic not even drive
21:38 codex it seems to be the best of both worlds -- light like containers, but still full VMs
21:38 prologic and not the right time I think
21:39 prologic it's all about timing and marketing sometimes
21:39 prologic have the right idea at the right time
21:39 codex that's true
21:39 prologic that's how some make millions
21:39 marcoceppi pdurbin: skay  o/
21:39 prologic whilst others like us just make a living
21:39 skay o/
21:39 prologic anyway work time
21:40 prologic skay if you need to know anything in detail about Docker from a usage pov hit me up
21:40 skay prologic: sure thing
21:40 skay if you are in the midwest consider talking to #chicagolug about it. I am looking to see if someone from marcoceppi's team would like to give us a talk and it would be on topic in that case
21:41 skay hi marcoceppi! I've been learning the juju ecosystem and thought it would be interested to talk to my group about it and then figured, why not ask you guys
21:41 skay I've been emailing back and forth
21:42 marcoceppi skay: sounds cool
21:42 marcoceppi We dont really have anyone in the Chicago area though
21:43 skay marcoceppi: yeah, a couple of you said they might ride the train in
21:43 marcoceppi I'm on an airplane ATM, I'll ping you in a bit
21:43 skay k, later
21:44 prologic unfortunately I'm from the AU
21:44 prologic :)
21:44 skay :)

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