NetWorth 1.11

I’ve just uploaded a v1.11 release of NetWorth, my personal finance / net worth tracking / budgeting app for Android. This is a pet project, just modelling how I thought and have learned about personal finance and retirement planning. I was hoping to do a grand 2.0 release but as ever time evaporates and I couldn’t quite get there yet. However I did manage to find some time for a lot of nice improvements and figured it was worth pushing them out until I get working on it again.…

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Reverse Proxying to Docker Containers with Nginx

On my personal VPS I host a handful of websites accessed from a variety of domains and sub-domains, as well as a few more involved webapps such as tt-rss. Historically applications that cross multiple programming languages and databases have been a terrible pain to deploy and keep running on a private server, but since containers have arrived this has become a lot easier. On my server, I wanted to have a web server listening on the standard http/https ports proxying traffic for a variety of sites and applications, based on the domain/sub-domain in the request.…

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tito 0.6.10

tito 0.6.10 was tagged and built this morning, brought to you almost entirely by the newest tito committer skuznets. Changelog Do not undo tags when git state is dirty (skuznets@redhat.com) Parse options in tito init (skuznets@redhat.com) Only use rpmbuild --noclean if it is supported (skuznets@redhat.com) Explicitly define indicies in formatting statements (skuznets@redhat.com) Achieve quiet output from rpmbuild without passing --quiet (skuznets@redhat.com) Update the MANIFEST.in (skuznets@redhat.com) Correctly pass verbosity options through the builder CLI (skuznets@redhat.…

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tito 0.6.9

I’ve just pushed a release of tito 0.6.9 with the following changes: Simplified version and release update logic (skuznets@redhat.com) Added --use-release flag for tito tag (skuznets@redhat.com) Fix typos/errors in man pages (lsedlar@redhat.com) Explain how automatic tagging was done (msuchy@redhat.com) Add support for bumping version for Cargo projects (sehnoutka.martin@gmail.com) Right now this is available in my Copr repo, and builds are on their way for Fedora and EPEL. My thanks to all who contributed patches!…

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Zero Downtime Upgrades With Openshift Ansible

A large portion of my time on the OpenShift team has been spent working on cluster lifecycle improvements, particularly in the realm of upgrades. Throughout this work we’ve been targeting the ability to upgrade clusters without requiring application downtime. I recently took some time to demonstrate that we can hit that target, please check out the results on the OpenShift Blog: Zero Downtime Upgrades With OpenShift Ansible…

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Kubeadm (Alpha) Security Trade-Offs

With Kubernetes 1.4 sig-cluster-lifecycle released an alpha of kubeadm, a new utility we’ve been working on to make cluster bootstrapping as simple as possible for new users, but also provide tooling and infrastructure that can be used for production clusters. The initial goal was simple, install the bits (now delivered via new OS packages), one command to create a cluster: $ kubeadm init And one very short command to copy and paste to join nodes to the cluster:…

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NetWorth 1.10

I’ve just uploaded a v1.10 release of NetWorth, my personal finance / net worth tracking / budgeting app for Android. Changes in v1.10 When viewing a projection you can now see how each budget item influenced your net worth over this period of time. Display of budget totals in projections is now sorted and color coded. Add new pre-seeded projection dates for 1, 2, and 6 months into the future.…

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Containerized OpenShift Clusters And Openshift-Ansible

I had a moderately large PR land recently for openshift-ansible that was the result of our on-going efforts to start improving the experience for fully containerized OpenShift clusters. It sounds like this is the desired path forward in upstream Kubernetes and in my own testing it really feels like this is a much more convenient way to install, run, and upgrade a cluster, so I’m hopeful this post might help encourage some others to start thinking about this deployment type.…

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I Wrote Some Javascript, It Wasn't Horrible

This is going to be painful to write. Like many, I’ve sat back and watched the world go mad. I’ve always thought of Javascript as an ugly, awkward, ill-suited language for disabling buttons on websites that somehow accidentally became the most popular language in the world. I subscribed to the belief that it broke the web with bloated webUIs doing unnatural things, it behaves completely unpredictably, it spread to the server like a virus, it took over my window manager, and now it’s starting to take over mobile as well.…

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NetWorth 1.8

I’ve just uploaded a v1.8 release of NetWorth, my personal finance / net worth tracking / budgeting app for Android. Changes in v1.8 Replaced the graphing library used previously with MPAndroidChart. Graphs now look a lot better, and support a variety of touch gestures which ultimately expose a lot more information. During a future projection, per-account data points are now captured. These can be viewed as a graph or a list by tapping the account within the projection balances list, as well as the budget items that affected the account during this projection, and by how much.…

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