v0.8 of Varying Vagrant Vagrants has been pushed Definitely not as ridiculously long as the v0.7 changelog, but a good month of steady progress. Enable SSH agent forwarding Wrap update/installation procedures with a network status check Enable WP_DEBUG by default Update wp-cli during provisioning Better handling of package status checks Better handling of custom apt […]
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Lyfonda Farm Garlic Dill Pretzels
Lyfonda Farm Garlic Dill Pretzels Today I had pretty much the best pretzels I’ve ever had. I found them in the Bonneville Gift Store and now I found them online. This could be dangerous.
v0.7 of Varying Vagrant Vagrants has been pushed
v0.7 of Varying Vagrant Vagrants has been pushed Lots and lots of changes this time around. It’s also worth reading the discussion on the Puppet provisioning pull request that did not go through. BREAKING CHANGES: Breaking changes are made in this release due to the reorganization of config files for PHP that will require a […]
Proceed with Caution toward the Self-Driving Car
Proceed with Caution toward the Self-Driving Car A good perspective on the caution required as we enter an era of self driving cars. While I normally find myself in full support of the switch, there were a few sections that made me think and we definitely have a long way to go. There was one […]
On Citizenship in Open-source software development
On Citizenship in Open-source software development I’ll steal the TL;DR from the author: TL;DR: By giving an actual social status to the people contributing to a repository, GitHub would solve the problem of zombie-projects with a scattered community. By allowing these citizens to actually collaborate with each other, instead of just with the owner, repositories […]