I've now over-engineered an iTunes library integrity checker by turning a script into a module #win https://github.com/lopopolo/dotfiles/blob/e810a83/scripts/music-integrity-check.rb
I had a #patch accepted to an Ansible role I use in my Vagrant environment https://github.com/mprahl/ansible-role-lets-encrypt-route-53/pull/14
I promised a postmortem: https://hyperbo.la/w/secrets-in-parameter-store-postmortem/
I was hard down for ~5min last night while rolling out secrets in parameter store. 0.149.0, 0.149.1, 0.149.2, and 0.149.3 were bad releases #fail. 0.149.4 is stable: https://github.com/hyperbola/hyperbola/compare/v0.148.0...v0.149.4. Postmortem pending.
A red herring was adding a call to dd in the cleanup script to zero the free space on the disk. I thought I was somehow filling the disk and not reclaiming space.
Root cause: My app depends on the python package mysqlclient, which in turn depends on the libmysqlclient system package. I was pulling this in transitively via the dev package required for building.
Got into an undeployable state due to differences in #provisioning between local and prod environments #fail https://github.com/hyperbola/hyperbola/commit/a914992