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richiardiandrea03:12:49

Hi all! I am wondering if there exist a gitops set of tools that are more generic than the classic "do it with Kubernetes only" approach that I see around. One tool that I don't know if it exists already is a simple: "observe this git repo and if it changes run this script (for deployment)"

pablore04:12:24

What problem are you looking to solve?

richiardiandrea04:12:46

I am trying to promote artifacts through different stages of the pipeline, storing them for visibility and rollback

kulminaator08:12:15

if you use aws you can just throw them into s3 , can't you 🙂

richiardiandrea19:12:51

I can but now I am rolling my own

kulminaator08:12:54

with some budget friendly storing policy and if needed some encryption around it

kulminaator08:12:45

for more ready made things like artifactory there are plugins in your build system that should achieve the same

kulminaator08:12:52

but that would just be for artifact storage

kulminaator08:12:41

if you have git already, do you really need to keep the artifacts somewhere ? if you are sure your dependencies will be around when you try to roll back or restore old state - you can also just tag the git repo at the build-deploy points

kulminaator08:12:48

and build from those tags again if needed

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accounts25917:12:28

Any stumpwm users?

papachan19:12:07

what is stumpwm?

bronsa19:12:37

a tiling window manager

jayzawrotny20:12:44

Awesome! I'm going to have to give that a shot.

accounts25907:12:56

Coming from a fork of i3, it's changed the way I consider bindings & interacting with my machine! (With the most basic of CL installs) To start hacking, If you throw the following in ~/.stumpwm.d/init.lisp, then M-x slime-connect , you can establish a connection to stump & eval against it

(ql:quickload :swank)
(swank:create-server)

accounts25907:12:45

and if you're more into vi-like bindings, you don't have to use *root-map* scoped bindings with a prefix (e.g C-t e , the default bind for (run-or-raise "emacs" '())) -- instead we can use a top-map for arbitrary char bindings, e.g. sane basics with:

(define-key *top-map* (kbd "s-h") "move-focus left")
(define-key *top-map* (kbd "s-j") "move-focus down")
(define-key *top-map* (kbd "s-k") "move-focus up")
(define-key *top-map* (kbd "s-l") "move-focus right")
(define-key *top-map* (kbd "s-H") "move-window left")
(define-key *top-map* (kbd "s-J") "move-window down")
(define-key *top-map* (kbd "s-K") "move-window up")
(define-key *top-map* (kbd "s-L") "move-window right")
(define-key *top-map* (kbd "s-n") "pull-hidden-next")
(define-key *top-map* (kbd "s-p") "pull-hidden-previous")
(define-key *top-map* (kbd "s-g") "abort")

accounts25907:12:39

...and you can create a set of hydra-like bindings with maps

(defvar *toggle-map* (make-sparse-keymap))
(define-key *top-map* (kbd "s-t") '*toggle-map*)
(define-key *toggle-map* (kbd "g") "toggle-gaps")
In this example, the resultant bind for "toggle-gaps" is s-t g

bronsa19:12:42

written in common lisp

papachan19:12:18

oh yeah ! got it

gtzogana20:12:05

anybody know if there is a slack for distributed sys type stuff?

gtzogana20:12:24

or as specific as kafka even

dominicm20:12:37

There's a window manager written in elisp around too I think.

kulminaator21:12:50

i remember using sawfish

kulminaator21:12:54

in the beginning of 2000s 😄

zdot10121:12:18

#xmonadCrew

kulminaator21:12:19

machines were awful and sawfish was actually pretty efficient at the time

dominicm22:12:47

Bspwm is my jam these days.