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Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Singularityhub seems to be able to connect with the organization
but just don't see specific repository.
Vanessasaurus
@vsoch
It’s definitely the latter then and I would see who has worked it and if the repository is connected to singularity hub. The only other alternative is that the permissions on those repositories are different than the rest so that you don’t have permission to do the web hook
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Seems to be the first issue ;)
I will take a look and try to fix it.
Vanessasaurus
@vsoch
In the past when this has happened the users would need to have a discussion about which repo should be building on singularity hub. Usually it’s the organization that should be building and not the individual user repository that has forked the repo
Ok cool!
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Thanks a lot Vanessa
It is exactly what we want to do
Vanessasaurus
@vsoch
Just FYI it’s kind of late here and I’m probably going to crash soon, but if you have more troubles just leave it here as a message or send me an email directly and I can help tomorrow!
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
but we work with colleague in a specific organization they were not able to build the container
so I created it on my own... but I really do not like this solution since I want them to host the Singularity container.
Vanessasaurus
@vsoch
Yeah that’s logical, at least based on how it’s implemented
The logic is that if there is a repository and someone forks it then they should be making changes to people request to the upstream repository and the upstream should be the one to build on singularity hub. I guess you could do both but technically it would be redundant at least for most cases
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Exactly what you said before! Will work on that and ask for further if needed.
Vanessasaurus
@vsoch
Ok!
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Good night.
Jesse Talavera-Greenberg
@JesseTG
Hi, @vsoch. Love the work you do on Singularity Hub. Is it possible to set environment variables for individual builds and/or collections?
Vanessasaurus
@vsoch
hey! I'm looking at your issue. I just don't see a secure way to do that even if there's some kind of "secret manager" that still means that the singularity Hub server has to store a secret to unencrypt that. I also don't want to be in the business of being responsible for storing user tokens and similar. Do you have any suggestions for how to implement this? My mom thought is that if it were added as a plug-in to Singularity registry then we could eventually switch over Singularity Hub TB Singularity registry and then allow for this functionality.
Lol that is a typo sorry :p
I'm dictating from my phone!
"my one thought"
So I'd like to be able to provide this for you, but I think thought would be needed about how to actually do it. because I'm not a company or a business, I'm a researcher at Stanford, and I can't take on that kind of accountability. if there is some way to make this possible with third-party resources than that might be the best way to go about it. Maybe ask around, or ask Nvidia?
Jesse Talavera-Greenberg
@JesseTG
@vsoch shub itself isn't open source, right?
Vanessasaurus
@vsoch
Singularity registry doesn’t have the builder implemented but it is! That’s the thing I’m excited about. If the community can put effort into sregistry then it can replace singularity hub
A lot of the front end is very similar
We would want singularly registry to have a bunch of different options for builders that are plug-ins so A user can choose whether they are deploying to AWS or Google cloud or to a local server
And then shub proper would just be a deployment of that
With Google Cloud builders
Right now my strategy is if it’s not broken don’t fix it 😉
Because it’s literally just me that has the entire burden of maintenance and development
Vanessasaurus
@vsoch
So to directly answer your question -singularity hub itself no it’s not open source. however singularly registry is a almost better version of it that could put in the features that you’re looking for. I typically develop in response to the community and I haven’t had any further push for further development so here we are :-)
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
Hi again, we were able to make some progress today. Our collaborator was able to see their github repository on the following page: https://www.singularity-hub.org/collections/new
but when they select the repo and click on submit Singularityhub redirect them to the page container collections I guess they was redirected to this page https://www.singularity-hub.org/collections .
any idea ? why ?
Will try to dig into that issue.
Vanessasaurus
@vsoch
Are you absolutely sure there isn't another Fork original The Collection owned by another user name already there?
No I don't know why off the top of my head
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
ok I will double check
Thanks @vsoch for the response.
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
should the Github user have a specific role in the organisation, to build the container ?
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
will think to what can be the issue.
Vanessasaurus
@vsoch
They should had read and write for web hooks! If you go under the GitHub tempo settings you can look at webhooks and see the response send/receive to see if anything is up.
Natacha Beck
@natacha-beck
@vsoch Thanks a lot for your help... it was due to the user role of the person on the Github organization. She should be an owner of the organization.
Vanessasaurus
@vsoch
awesome!
Andreas Henkel
@henkela
Hi, is there a specific reason you keep the Python-Docker-Image on version 3.5.1?
Vanessasaurus
@vsoch
Why not?
For which image exactly?
Andreas Henkel
@henkela
I meant instead of Python:latest. In the sregistry Dockerfile
kanthsai143
@kanthsai143
Hello @vsoch