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kim is a Kubernetes-aware CLI that will install a small builder backend consisting of a BuildKit daemon bound to the Kubelet's underlying containerd socket (for building images) along with a small server-side agent that the CLI leverages for image management (think push, pull, etc) rather than talking to the backing containerd/CRI directly. kim enables building images locally, natively on your k3s cluster.
The Eunomia provides the ability to implement these git-based flows for any resources in Kubernetes. Eunomia does not care if you have a plain Kubernetes, a cloud based Kubernetes (like GKE), or a complete PaaS platform based on Kubernetes (like OpenShift). Eunomia also does not care how you want to structure your data, how many repos you want to use, or which templating engine is your favourite.
Suspicious pods is a very simple tool, which does a very simple task: print a list of pods in your Kubernetes cluster that might not be working correctly, along with a reason on why that pod is considered suspicious.
A lot of the core processes happening in a Kubernetes cluster are following the so called controller pattern. This pattern describes an ongoing monitoring of resources and reacting appropriately to bring the current state closer their desired state.
The future of Kubernetes itself could well be found in the open source Crossplane project. That was one of the prevailing themes at the Crossplane Community Day Europe virtual event, which was held May 4 coinciding with Kubecon EU virtual conference that is running the same week.
Support for LoRa connectivity for Raspberry Pi Pico was put together by Sandeep Mistry, the author of the Arduino LoRa library, who more recently also gave us Ethernet support for Pico. His library adds LoRa support for Pico and other RP2040-based boards using the Semtech SX1276 radio module. That means that breakouts like Adafruit’s RFM95W board, as well as their LoRa FeatherWing, are fully supported.
Es war so gewesen: Eigentlich wollten drei Freunde mit dem Ladefuchs nur die Elektromobilität ein Stückchen besser machen und der Community etwas zurückgeben. Dass die App mindestens für uns nicht kostenlos sein würde, war uns von Anfang an klar. Hunderte Stunden Arbeit, Logo-, Server- und AppStore-Kosten hatten wir einkalkuliert. Dass wir Dank der Arbeit am Ladefuchs im Rahmen einer frischen EU-weiten Abmahn-Masche den Gegenwert eines ordentlichen Gebrauchtwagens an einen Abmahnanwalt nach Österreich überweisen würden, hätten wir hingegen nie gedacht.
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