And the second linkdump with contents I read that week.
- I don’t like the idea, sounds very 1984: Wi-Fiber is creating safer cities by combining wireless tech, smart streetlights
- Never tried multi-stage Dockerfiles, but sounds interesting to get red of libraries and installer files: Fun with Multi-stage Dockerfiles
- Most interesting for me was the part about the available docker images :carpedm20/awesome-hacking
- I use Shaarli to store links (on mobile and my computers), which are not saved to my Readlater stuff in Wallabag, but I will give the console tool Buku a chance next week. Need to check the browser integration and sharing from mobile. jarun/Buku
- jensvoid/lorg is a tool for advanced HTTPD logfile security analysis and forensics
- Quite nice console extension to see the git status: michaeldfallen/git-radar, I will stay with my plugin for zsh in the moment, but when you haven’t an integration, give it a try.
- Insanely complete Ansible playbook, showing off all the options, really insane how many valuable comments are stored in that Ansible file, great write-up and a ton to learn from this.
- Nice blogpost on Five Questions: Testing Ansible Playbooks & Roles
- Important and quite easy: Validate XML against a XSD using Notepad++, if you don’t wanna use xmllint, use the integration in notepad++, so you can find errors in your XML files. I use that to confirm IBM Connections configuration documents against their XSD, to prevent using wsadmin and check them out.
Next two points, some details on Nginx, Load Balancing and differences to Apache.