hyperbo.la :: lifestream
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I just removed all pagination from the #hypstatic lifestream section #win this design choice dates all the way back to the first implementation of lifestream in 2010 #history

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There is no more #webpack in #artichoke. All web properties have been migrated to esbuild, eta template engine, the Node fs API, and custom build scripts. This is simple, this is good. #hypstatic is next but there is a lot to unwind. #win

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with the lopopolo IAM user gone, the only ones left were the IAM users in the #artichoke and #hypstatic GitHub organizations used for terraform CI in the project-infrastructure repos. I used the new GitHub Actions OpenID Connect provider to wire up AWS identity federation following this guide – https://scalesec.com/blog/identity-federation-for-github-actions-on-aws/ #security #github #aws #win

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With AWS SSO in place, I started using aws-vault locally for #terraform and AWS CLI. I learned about this tool at work. No IAM access keys with inline IAM policies! SSO + assume role for administrator access! #security #win

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In #aws things, I migrated both hyperbola and #artichoke infra to separate AWS organizations and set them up with AWS Control Tower's account vending machine. Audit logs! AWS Config! SCPs! AWS Cost and Usage Reports! AWS SSO! #win #security #cost

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I took a hacksaw to my homebrew installation. I'm not sure how this happened but the brewfile I've been carrying around at one point had the entire dependency graph in it rather than the explicitly installed deps ... which made everything on my new Mac an explicitly installed dep. I had hundreds of libs installed for no reason. Burned everything down and started from scratch. #fail #win https://github.com/lopopolo/dotfiles/blob/fb9af6bd19df2149dba5a63a8db161702bcbe5db/homebrew-packages/Brewfile.rooster

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macOS things – I tried out alacritty and tmux again but didn't switch away from iTerm2. I tried a bunch of fancy neovim LSP, floating pane, and lua config and then stripped all IDE bits out of vimrc to keep it just an editor. Finally enabled dark mode on my Mac (synced with the sunrise and sunset), switched to dark terminal and neovim color schemes. #win #vim

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It's been a while since I've posted about #artichoke, but I recently landed a #rust implementation of #ruby's `String` class. #win https://github.com/artichoke/artichoke/pull/1222

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I got a PR in artichoke suggesting to bump down the frequency of dependabot updates to monthly. I applied this change across all artichoke, hyperbola, and lopopolo repositories. It has been a big quality of life improvement and cuts down on a lot of churn in JS dependencies. Applying dep updates once a month is πŸ‘ #win #artichoke

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Yay! hyperbo.la is running Bootstrap v5. This upgrade was actually really small! Just some small changes to the Sass for customizing colors and updates to the navbar. #win

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More #artichoke updates since March: a marketing site at www.artichokeruby.org, prebuilt containers on Docker Hub https://hub.docker.com/r/artichokeruby/artichoke, and prebuilt nightlies https://github.com/artichoke/nightly/releases/latest #win

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Also Windows Terminal and the Cascadia Code font were a dream to use. I replaced Inconsolata with Cascadia Code on my Mac iTerm2 #terminal #font #windows #win

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#vscode and LLDB in VSCode were SO amazing to use. Within a couple of iterations, I was able to track down the use-after-free: https://github.com/artichoke/artichoke/pull/674 #fail #win #artichoke

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After 50 PRs, I was able to put GH-442 to bed and remove the Rc wrapper from the Artichoke state https://github.com/artichoke/artichoke/pull/670 #win This refactor took 4 months #fail #rust #artichoke

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Nightly builds of Artichoke are available via ruby-build: rbenv install artichoke-dev #artichoke #win

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The one dynamic bit I cannot truly replicate is shortlinks but I never used this feature #win

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No more security updates, terraform, autoscaling group rolling deploys, packer and baking AMIs, Ansible deprecation warnings, RDS outages #win I can unsubscribe from nginx release notes listsrv lol

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Big wins from switching to static: modifying content with a lightweight dev server, CI via GitHub Actions, automated deploys, better webpack integration and minification, site is free as in beer to operate #win

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Partials tended to end up in the same places as before #win

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Some bespoke filters I hand rolled before got pushed into dependencies, like hashtag parsing and linking moving to linkifyjs #win #yolo

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There is about as much javascript as there is python in the dynamic, django-based hyperbola, which is to say not much #win

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I contributed a feature to #rust! Added an implementation to allow turning a &mut str into a String using the standard From trait #win #patch https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/pull/69661

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Migrated all #artichoke CI to GitHub Actions #github #win Jobs and workflows are so much easier to reason about. And it's free πŸ’ͺ

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Also added many more converter implementations with macros. There are 988 TryConvert implementations. #win #fail #artichoke

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This change added new functionality: Converting to and from byte and string slices #win #artichoke

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Some folks have been contributing #Ruby and #Rust code to #artichoke! #win #github

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I reported an undocumented panic in #rust that was fixed today #patch #win https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/issues/63456

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#artichoke is the top trending repo on all of #github right now #win

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I built an #artichoke #Wasm playground in the browser https://artichoke.github.io/artichoke/ #win

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That is a lot of code #artichoke #github #patch #win

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That is a lot of code #artichoke #github #patch #win

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The biggest accomplishment was redoing the #artichoke README https://github.com/artichoke/artichoke#readme Thought about project goals and differentiators from MRI. Added milestones to track progress in achieving goals #win #ruby #artichoke

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Being forced to set up the repository infra from scratch in cactusref was a good way to fix everything I disliked about my dev environment. CircleCI build and scripts/lint.sh got overhauled #win #artichoke #shell #bash #node #lint

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ferrocarril had different goals than artichoke: it wanted to run Rails. To do that, it had a lot of extra bits in it like gems, a Rack server, and sample apps. Nuked all of it #win #artichoke

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Matz likes my code omg omg omg #win #ruby #mruby #patch https://github.com/mruby/mruby/pull/4560#issuecomment-509572113

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I had a PR accepted in mruby! #patch #ruby #mruby #win https://github.com/mruby/mruby/pull/4560

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I have Regexp#match? https://github.com/artichoke/ferrocarril/pull/93 #win #rust #ruby

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It has been a really productive weekend. Merged 23 #github PRs for ferrocarril #win #rust #git https://github.com/artichoke/ferrocarril/pulls?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=is%3Apr+created%3A2019-05-24..2019-05-27+is%3Aclosed+

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Adding #ci to a project is encouraging such better code hygiene. Because I want to make sure the build stays green, I actually make PRs even if it is only me approving them. Seeing the code in the browser makes it easier to review than #git diff #win

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In a related note, I now peg the nightly version in the rust-toolchain file to a specific date archive #ci #rust #win

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My #ci builds of ferrocarril caught a bug in rustyline that made compilation fail on the latest nightly #rust #win #patch https://github.com/kkawakam/rustyline/issues/217

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I reported a #segfault in mruby and spoke directly with @matz! #win https://github.com/mruby/mruby/issues/4460 #patch

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Excluding generated and vendored sources, ferrocarril is 8700 lines of #rust, #c, and #ruby. This is a lot of code. In very uncharacteristic fashion for a side project, a big chunk is tests #win https://github.com/artichoke/ferrocarril/commit/fe2febc

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You can tell which parts of ferrocarril are new to me based on how many consecutive commits are dedicated to a feature. By this measure, the new (and hard) things were sys crates, #ci, and TryFrom traits #rust #win #fail

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I tried to explain continuous integration to my Dad and he synthesized it as "spellcheck for code" which is pretty good tbh #win #ci

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It only took 49 build jobs, but the ferrocarril build is passing on CircleCI https://circleci.com/gh/artichoke/ferrocarril/47 This is the first time I've ever set up #ci for a side project #win

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#patch got another PR accepted in the Ansible + ACME + Route53 role I use for the hyperbola dev env load balancer #win https://github.com/mprahl/ansible-role-lets-encrypt-route-53/pull/15

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Using cargo:rerun-if-changed and cargo:rerun-if-env-changed to make most sys crate builds a noop. developer productivity #win #rust

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About 6 weeks ago I reached out to two literary agents to see if they'd help me publish a book. I got an explicit rejection last week! A little bit #fail, but also definitely progress #win 😊

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I just used #github to create a reproducer case for a panic in a #rust library #win https://github.com/lopopolo/rust-embed-panic https://github.com/pyros2097/rust-embed/issues/61 #patch

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I generated FFI bindings for mruby with bindgen! I wrote a #c extension library for wrapping mruby macros! #win I wrote (a lot of) unsafe #rust code. Clippy helps a lot to make sure I'm not doing anything stupid. I have caused quite a few #segfault #fail

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I implemented a #rust macro for the first time to implement some traits to convert between mruby values and Vec and Option containers #win

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I overflowed the compiler (which didn't crash it) and crashed the linter with an ICE #win #fail

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I've been working on creating an idiomatic, modern set of #rust bindings for mruby, an embedded #ruby interpreter. I am learning a ton and doing lots of code things I've never done before! #win

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Yikes haven't done a deploy since January 6. I've definitely been ignoring all of the USNs about Linux kernel vulnerabilities. #fail Django 2.2 release is what got me to get to upgrading #django #win

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Spaceships don’t come equipped with a rear view mirror πŸš€ #win

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I have eliminated all explicit casts in punchtop #rust #win https://github.com/lopopolo/punchtop/commit/1e41ca3

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More #rust safety: removed a cast to usize with the new usize::from_be_bytes converter https://github.com/lopopolo/punchtop/commit/2263c80 #win

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The game that I'm working on is punchtop https://github.com/lopopolo/punchtop #win #rust #powerhour

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I made a small #rust crate called stream-util for a game I'm working on. https://github.com/lopopolo/punchtop/tree/master/stream-util allows graceful drains of tokio mpsc channels or canceling a futures Stream. Clippy pedantic and fully documented #win

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Optimizing #react bundle ... cut bundle size by 72KB. Biggest wins are turning an image into CSS + an emoji, removing unused deps, enabling mini-css-extract-plugin in release builds #win #webpack index.html is 333 KB

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Been using #ack for almost a decade. Installed #ripgrep today. Wow it's so fast! #win

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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

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41-commit weekend 🀩Feel much better about my #webpack , #ansible, and #packer code #win

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Add in some manual #terraform state edits and deleting things in the #aws console and we're recovered #fail #win

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At least I was able to repro in local #vagrant once I figured out what was going on. #win

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I completed removing build artifacts from source control. Static assets dist and document-root dirs: replaced with running #webpack on host. Third-party #ansible roles: installed from galaxy via #packer and #vagrant at provision time. #win

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That was a 35-commit weekend. New features and improved code quality. #win https://github.com/hyperbola/hyperbola/compare/918f6d0f..4c331eee

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Significantly refactored my #webpack static asset pipeline today. No longer build assets locally and check them in. Build happens as part of #ansible provisioning. #win https://github.com/hyperbola/hyperbola/commit/eaf5b3197

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#django is a joy to use. Making my new blog app was so easy. Each view is only two lines of code! #win

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Further #cost optimized my #AWS infra. Saved $3/month by turning off CloudWatch monitoring and making my ASG out of spot instances https://github.com/hyperbola/hyperbola/commit/ffa0e34 #win

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Jumped to latest #django 2.0.x and then to latest 2.1.x today. No deprecation warnings, smooth sailing. As a plus, I turned on PYTHONWARNINGS for my app in systemd #win

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That was easy! hyperbola running on t3s now. #aws #terraform #win

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Finally deployed a 2 month old branch incorporating lessons learned from my Docker experiment into my VM-based deploys. Big change is building from local source instead of pulling in a tarball from GitHub. Iteration speed is improved #win

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hyperbola is ready for #django 2.1. https://github.com/hyperbola/hyperbola/commit/d92a79f. That was easy #win

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LuaLaTeX is amazing. My documents look better than they did with XeLaTeX. Less hyphenation, less inter-section spacing. fontspec, polyglossia, selnolig, nowidow, and impnattypo packages are dope too. #LaTeX #win

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I've been using make and vagrant for self-contained builds in other projects. I've been working with #LaTeX a lot and a bionic vm with TexLive installed creates a repeatable build env, takes 15 minutes to set up, and doesn't pollute my desktop #win

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Upgrades are painful, so upgrade frequently. hyperbola now running Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic. 2 build config changes and 1 removed ansible task. #win

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Switched from community PPA to official nginx-provided binaries. That was ... really easy: https://github.com/hyperbola/hyperbola/commit/5461837 #win #ansible

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for www.frklft.tires, I stopped using #terraform for managing the static content of the site. It now lives outside of my terraform code in a public directory, published explicitly with a make target #win

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Last week I shipped secondary attribution for Jenkins builds. Email featured lyrics from Bills, Bills, Bills by Destiny's Child #win

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Ansible, Let's Encrypt, nginx, and Vagrant have combined to make my local env look more like prod. Spun up a new ALB-like VM with HTTPS. less divergence #win

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Starting 2018 off right by fixing pbr installation, deploying django 2.0.1, upgrading Pillow, and removing dep on django-localflavor #win

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Removed some "bespokeness" from hyperbola: migrated from a shell script that exported env vars and exec'd to dotenv. Same concept, but now a standard mechanism #win

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Put some investment into my #vagrant setup. MySQL running in a separate VM with automatically provisioned fixtures means I can go from zero to full replica of prod in 10 minutes. No more dep on laptop MySQL. #win

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New in v0.122.0: python packaging actually works now. No .pth symlinks. No PYTHONPATH. setup.py and pbr install hyperbola directly into the venv. Finally. #win

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hyperbola is now running #django 2.0. Added automigrate to hyperbola-app systemd unit, eliminating one of the last things I ever needed a bastion host for #win

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That was easy. Enabled #AWS Time Sync by adding one ansible role, reading some docs, and redeploying. #win

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Shaved another $35 (40%) off my #AWS bill by disabling the NAT on my app subnets. Yay immutable infrastructure and VPC endpoints #win

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I made a thing! https://www.burnfastburnbright.com/ Bootstrap 4, route53 domains, and terraform made this really easy. went from 0 to 100 in about 1.5 hours. #win

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New in v0.117.0: nuked time-elements webcomponents due to Firefox breakage (cut js payload by a factor of 4), infra improvements to resume handling #win

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It is a good thing that I've automated things well enough that I don't need the bastion #win

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More cost savings. RAM footprint of a hyperbola backend is 143MB. Switch from t2.micro to t2.nano #aws #win

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hyperbola: now with multi-homed DNS. AWS Route 53 and CloudFlare, made possible by terraform. (In the process upgraded hyperbo.la mail to a 2048-bit DKIM key) #win #redundancy #devops

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I accomplished this migration with ~no downtime #win. I spun up the new infrastructure and then deployed new AMIs with updated service records. I did have ~2 minutes of 500s when I accidentally overwrote old mysql DNS record due to a bad copypasta #fail

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Just bumped backend ASG from 1 -> 3 t2.micros. With this change now all parts of hyperbola (redis, mysql, backend, lb) are multi-AZ #win

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The magic command to make homebrew work after uninstalling Xcode: sudo xcode-select -switch /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools #win

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this is just one example of the times #git has saved my life #win

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I've taken to opening shipped emails with playfully mutated rap lyrics. Super Nintendo. #win

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Total upgrade time ~1 hour. Includes code changes, testing locally, cut release, deploy to vagrant, build AMI, terraform, smoke test #win

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I skipped #django 1.11.4 and 1.11.5. Finally did an upgrade today to 1.11.6 #win. My dep upgrades for python, js, and ansible deps are too coarse grained. Pulled in ansible changes which blocked the deployment #fail

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4. addendum: I used #LetsEncrypt before migrating to AWS with a combination of cron, systemd timers, and dehydrated. ACM is easier, less error prone, and set-it-and-forget-it #win

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DNS is flipped and propagated! Live in #aws! #win

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#aurora was much less forgiving with unique constraints than mysql. The schema for one of my utf8mb4 varchars had a max length of 255 and a unique index. It appears mysql silently truncates, whereas aurora complained the index was > 767 bytes. ~ #win

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my #terraform life became much easier by using name_prefix instead of name. name and name_prefix parameters were never interpolated. Instead, use interpolation in tags. In practice this means config can change without rebuilding the world #win

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And with post 506, I can now say that hyperbola is hosted on #aws #win

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#webpack is amazing. I added the time-elements web components to the lifestream and contact pages. Only took an hour. Before this would have been next to impossible. #frontend #win

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Converted wiki from ELB to ALB this morning ... took a couple of hours. modified #terraform config and updated #ansible ... also converted from Let's Encrypt to ACM. https://github.com/hyperbola/hyperbola-tools/commit/23fb9a7 #win

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πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’―πŸ’― = 500 posts #win

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related, using pip-tools to manage and pin python dependencies has removed uncertainty from my deploy process. Upgrade packages only when I intend to #win #django 1.11.3 upgrade went super smoothly in part due to this

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OMG just rewrote my #git PS1 which runs as part of my PROMPT_COMMAND. Now 20% faster both inside and outside a repo. terminal feels so much faster now #win #performance https://github.com/lopopolo/dotfiles/commit/2d5054c4ce

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Packer + Ansible + AWS + Terraform is really quite lovely #devops #win

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Migrated terraform state from a private github repo to a private, encrypted S3 bucket. State infra is bulkheaded from main app and protected with prevent_destroy lifecycle #win #terraform #aws

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and the #monitoring even triggered when I took the box down. #win

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Tested a #django release candidate (1.11RC1) for the first time. Site continues to work. No deprecation warnings. #win

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Added liveness monitoring of healthz endpoints on wiki and hyperbo.la today #monitoring #devops #win healthz goes all the way through to rack/django

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Just freed up 350MB in my gmail by purging 35 emails. Did a search for size:5000000. removed emails with mp3s as attachments and event announcements with large images and pdfs #win

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bastion is now in an ASG with an automatically bound (with user data) elastic IP. Yay fault-tolerant infra! #win #aws #terraform

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Yay refactoring! #python #django #win

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Switched to building an ami with packer. Now an ASG roll takes 2 minutes #win #aws

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hyperbola-wiki is now fully deployed using #ansible. #vagrant made testing easy. #win

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Added middleware to hyperbola app and wiki to inject a comment with the canonical hostname of the host that rendered the request. Debugging #win

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hyperbola, now with properly localized dates using window.Intl #win

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just automated a spreadsheet (concatenating several columns) with filter #win filter(L6:L, L6:L<>"") vs manually updating ranges #automation

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Enabled cloudflare cdn on www.hyperbolacdn.com today. Took 4 clicks. #win

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hyperbo.la staging and production are TLS enabled. Still have to turn on HSTS. #win #letsencrypt

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Successfully migrated hyperbo.la and staging.hyperbo.la to a new host, hyperbola3. Ubuntu 16.04 and 8GB of RAM. Just shut down hyperbola1. #win

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Did my first #aws prod deploy today #win

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successfully did an out of band release not of master while in the process of migrating hyperbola to a new host #win #deployment #automation

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With systemd I am one step closer to #12factor app bliss since all service logs get logged to syslog #win

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made the #nginx config a little more sane, converted thin to bind to a domain socket, and deployed with a dedicated app user with deploy keys #win

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In the process, I've added #TLS with Let's Encrypt #win

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And a 4 years newer OS (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS) and 64-bit #win

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Project new VPS is underway. For the same price as my current 1G box, I'm getting a 4G box with more cores #win

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I enjoy golfing my minified javascript. Just shaved 19 bytes off of the inlined date formatter js I include on the lifestream page #js #win

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Today I upgraded node to 4.3.2 (from 4.2.2), python to 3.5.1 (from 2.7.3), and django to 1.9.4 (from 1.8.8). What fun! #win

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Caught an issue in staging today because staging is more like prod than dev is. Dev has pipeline disabled. Yay for release process. Yay for testing. #win

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With this latest release, hyperbola has surpassed 500 commits! #win https://github.com/hyperbola/hyperbola/tree/2015-11-21-lifestream-template-refactor

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lifestream template refactor didn't yield any #performance wins, but the code is much cleaner now. #win

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Sped up the lifestream page by 30ms by caching the archive sidebar. More template speedups to be had by switching to python3 (str to unicode coercion in python2) #win #performance

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Woo! I can run hyperbola on my mac. Local development! #win

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Even better: precompiling app/hyperbola to pyc and getting to keep the deployment read-only. better #win

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gunicorn workers get warm quicker now that I've allowed gunicorn write access to a deployment's app and virtualenv dirs #win

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Added a post-commit hook to my gollum wiki today to do a pull/push. Changes instantly synced to #github. No more stupid 5-minutely cron. #win

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Having a linter is so fucking awesome. IntelliJ rocks. #win

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I bought IntelliJ Ultimate and it has already been decently valuable: https://github.com/hyperbola/hyperbola/pull/28 ... fixing lots of warnings #win

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Fixed a long outstanding bug in how the sidebar on the lifestream calculated monthly post counts #win Tickled by the upgrade to #django 1.8 which caused them to all display as 1. #fail

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TIL: Selecting 2 cells and then dragging to repeat causes google sheets to infer the increment #win

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chrome has #emoji now. such web. #win

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Answered a phone call on my computer for the first time. That was so cool. #win

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Upgrade to Bootstrap 3.3.0 went really smoothly. Everything just worked #win

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Finally bootstrap-ified the last bits of #hyperbola: the frontpage and the lifestream entry panel #win

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Just added CORS headers for web-fonts on my 2 assets domains through cloudflare ... whoa. This has apparently been broken for a while #fail #win #hyperbola

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The admin site is slightly modernized in #django 1.7 ... looks nice #win

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TIL that two trailing spaces + line break = br in the same p #markdown #win

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live site was just deployed automatically for the first time. Switched from legacy deployment to automated with no downtime! #win

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Just did 2 fully automated deployments to staging! #win #automation

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Woo! First 2 hyperbola releases with #git tags today #win. Also local development. dev + ops = #devops

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Get optimized, HTML! Just added some middleware that minifies Django template HTML output #performance Google pagespeed really likes my site now (on Desktops) ... 94/100 #win

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My wiki is getting filled up with #devops documentation for #hyperbola #win Runbooks are fun!

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#django 1.6 upgrade was a breeze. Just a single deprecation warning. #win ... took the opportunity to refactor some old code too :)

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Won best performance hack at the #Box #Hackathon last night #win

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git commit -m 'removed 2 chainz' #git #win

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It makes me happy when I see people using If-None-Match sprinkled throughout the splunk logs at #box #win

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Just forked, edited code, submitted a pull request, and got it merged all from the browser #win #git #github

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ssh and an html/js terminal that will run anywhere I have chrome because of native client? Yes please #win #awesome https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/pnhechapfaindjhompbnflcldabbghjo/details

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screen wipes are the best things ever for both laptop screens and glasses #win #thingsineedtobuy

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I feel like serializing procs to strings, passing them over HTTP and evaling them is an abuse of #ruby, but it is awesome that I can #win

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just discovered that once you're in cmd+TAB mode on OS X, cmd+` cycles backward. So much easier than cmd+shift+TAB #learnability? #fail #win

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So now that I got #airdrop working, I like it. It doesn't handle large transfers so well though. Transferring a gig of #music files has taken 15 minutes so far and I'm only 2/3 done. #fail and #win

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#esalazar spent 4 hours searching for a jQuery slider and was unsuccessful #fail. I spent 4 minutes and found exactly what he wanted #win

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printed over 600 pages in an athena cluster today #win #whatquota

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Best commit message ever #git #win

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sysadmin ing is fun. hello beautiful browser based svn repo browsing (insurrection) and web-based svn admining (svn-admin) #linux #win