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2019-10-15
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larsnostdal11:10:03

hmm, only Patreon? x)

blueberry12:10:27

@ Unfortunately, this is the only option that works where I live.

eval202013:10:48

Periodic reminder that a searchable archive of this Slack-team can be found at Clojurians-Zulip: https://clojurians.zulipchat.com/#narrow/stream/180378-slack-archive It goes back to Feb of this year (and gains approx. 4700 msg/week). If a Slack-channel is not showing up there, make sure to add @zulip-mirror-bot to said Slack-channel (ie /invite @zulip-mirror-bot). Followup in #community-development (here or on Zulip). Enjoy!

csm30120:10:30

I’ve been working on this https://github.com/csm/s4 recently, which simulates the S3 and SQS APIs. This release (0.1.7) is probably “good enough” for me to announce it.

csm30120:10:58

The reason I wrote this was to do some exploration on some cool storage systems that came out recently, and seeing if using S3 as the storage backend would be a viable option, since S3 storage is so inexpensive. Datahike on S3/DDB: https://github.com/csm/datahike-s3; Crux on S3/SQS: https://github.com/csm/crux-aws

csm30120:10:39

There is quite a lot of the S3 API still left to implement, but the basics are all there, and seem to work well with the Cognitect AWS client.