Today, we’re launching our first microcontroller-class product: Raspberry Pi Pico. Priced at just $4, it is built on RP2040, a brand-new chip developed right here at Raspberry Pi. Whether you’re looking for a standalone board for deep-embedded development or a companion to your Raspberry Pi computer, or you’re taking your first steps with a microcontroller, this is the board for you.
JuiceFS is an open-source POSIX file system built on top of Redis and object storage (e.g. Amazon S3), designed and optimized for cloud native environment. By using the widely adopted Redis and S3 as the persistent storage, JuiceFS serves as a stateless middleware to enable many applications to share data easily.
Stale Bot’s are a type of automated bot on Github, which locks issues which are “stale” (as in have no recent activity). This seems like a helpful tool at first, but in reality it’s terrible for all parties involved.
Pretty much every kubernetes installation nowadays depends on cert-manager for certificate provisioning. But at the same time, I've seen a lot of flakiness in several projects that were caused by inproperly implemented wait on cert-manager to be ready. Currently the right way to do this is documented in installation guide. It consists of several steps and typically in a CI or automated environment, you don't want to execute those manually and that's where this project aims to help.
We are proud to announce that Keycloak is now running on top of Quarkus, a Kubernetes and Cloud native Stack using the best of breed Java libraries and standards, to give to our users a cloud-friendly distribution with a strong focus on usability, scalability, and optimized for running in the hybrid cloud.
BurmillaOS is our reaction of us to the End of RancherOS, which was one of the smallest and easiest ways to run docker as every process including services as udev or even syslog are running in their own containers. As the system is stripped of anything unnecessary to run docker, the resulting system is way smaller than most others of todays operating systems.
A few weeks ago, my kids wanted to hack my linux desktop, so they typed and clicked everywhere, while I was standing behind them looking at them play... when the screensaver core dumped and they actually hacked their way in! wow, those little hackers...
This memo documents the fundamental truths of networking for the Internet community. This memo does not specify a standard, except in the sense that all standards must implicitly follow the fundamental truths.
In the old days, when Google (or any poorly tuned AI that Google unleashed) decided it wanted to kill your business, it would usually resort to denying access to one of its multiple walled gardens, and that was that.
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