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    Gordon
    @gburgett
    The idea is that everything is scripted using a "playbook", basically a python based scripting language. Then ansible executes it on the remote machine with ssh
    I think the guys here rely too much on cpanel and we need to automate more processes
    Nikolay Stoynov
    @arvigeus
    Maybe I should consider it too. Although I hate any administration stuff, I still need an easy way to deploy and automate
    Gordon
    @gburgett
    Hahaha
    Crubot much automation very easy
    Gordon
    @gburgett
    How do you like dokku? I read a bit about it but haven't used it
    Nikolay Stoynov
    @arvigeus
    I can't give honest opinion. The premise looks cool: git push deploys your site with no hassle, separate containers
    Since I don't have any experience with similar tools (and this one took me a day to figure it out), I can only say it worked at the end as promised
    Gordon
    @gburgett
    I've been accomplishing that on my personal blog server with docker cloud, with a process that ive home grown over 2 years. I think everyone finds their own best tool.
    Docker cloud is nice and free for one node, and they have a special haproxy container which does service routing based on environment variables in linked containers
    Gordon
    @gburgett
    crubot rss list
    crubot
    @crubot
    nothing
    Gordon
    @gburgett

    :sushi: Checking Broken Links - [Root on Digital Strategies - Albania]
    https://crualbaniadigital.gitlab.io/post/2017-06-03_checking_broken_links/
    We’ve all seen ugly 404 urls when a website links to something that no longer exists. It’s annoying to users when they can’t find something that was explicitly linked to. The problem is it’s really hard to avoid broken links. Every website maintainer has at one point or another forgotten a link to a page that he has renamed. What is there to do?

    Link Checker

    A really great tool to use regularly on your sites is

    :sushi: Why use Git? - [Root on Digital Strategies - Albania]
    https://crualbaniadigital.gitlab.io/post/2017-04-22_why_use_git/
    https://crualbaniadigital.gitlab.io/images/post/2017-04-22_why_use_git/word_track_changes.jpg
    What’s the deal with Git?

    Have you ever had to collaborate with multiple people on a word document? You know how ridiculous it can look when you turn on track changes:

    It gets even worse when multiple people have sent you their revisions over email attachments, and you have to somehow merge the document together. We...

    :sushi: Hosting a PHP application - [Root on Digital Strategies - Albania]
    https://crualbaniadigital.gitlab.io/post/2017-04-18_hosting_php_server_tutorial/
    How to host a PHP application like Hapitjeter

    HapiTjeter is a standard PHP application that runs on the internet. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to use a public hosting service to install your own version of HapiTjeter, or any other PHP application. We’ll go through the steps all the way from downloading the code, through configuring your MySQL database, and finally setting up ...

    :sushi: What is this blog? - [Root on Digital Strategies - Albania]
    https://crualbaniadigital.gitlab.io/post/2017-04-08_what_is_the_blog/
    What is this blog?

    This blog is where Cru Digital Strategies Albania will talk about the various projects that we’re working on, who is working on them, and how you can get involved. The purpose is to get more people excited about sharing code and getting involved.

    Who’s it for?

    Anyone who has a passion for digital content and wants to reach people for Christ through digital media! We welcome any and all help...

    Gordon
    @gburgett
    crubot
    @crubot
    [ERROR] Error: certificate has expired
    Gordon
    @gburgett
    haha indigitous' rss certificate expired
    in good news though I finally figured out how to backup Crubot's data store
    crubot
    @crubot
    [ERROR] https://indigitous.org/rss - certificate has expired
    Gordon
    @gburgett
    crubot rss delete https://indigitous.org/rss
    crubot
    @crubot
    Nikolay Stoynov
    @arvigeus
    I think there was a dokku plugin that auto renews Let's Encrypt certificate.
    So many technologies, so little time
    What Tom was saying? Digital maturity is when your service goes down somebody would notice (or something)
    Gordon
    @gburgett
    Haha I like that definition
    Nikolay Stoynov
    @arvigeus
    howyoutriedturningitoffandonagain
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phStMmoXM6Q
    Nikolay Stoynov
    @arvigeus
    Gordon
    @gburgett
    Haha yep
    Nikolay Stoynov
    @arvigeus
    Is she using MS Notepad to be required to manually press spaces?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsoOG6ZeyUI
    crubot
    @crubot
    Nikolay Stoynov
    @arvigeus
    Go home, @crubot, you are drunk...
    Woop! Woop! Woop!
    Gordon
    @gburgett
    But I just started using webpack 2...
    Nikolay Stoynov
    @arvigeus
    Also: Babel 7 is just around the corner
    At least webpack 3 is drop in replacement and does not need changing code
    Nikolay Stoynov
    @arvigeus
    Spiderman secret identity finally revealed!
    https://twitter.com/threepointone/status/880459779440656384
    crubot
    @crubot
    Interesting javascript game